Most new Indiana laws take effect on July 1 because the day marks the start of the state fiscal year.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources posted a recreation alert notice on the webpage for Hardy Lake, in addition to signs at the physical site.
Indiana has been working for decades to bring the river otter population back to the state, but the otters are starting to create some problems for landowners.
A new rule prohibits sale of certain aquatic plants in Indiana in an effort to decrease the number of water bodies clogged with invasive species.
The Maple Avenue Park in Terre Haute was most recently the site of an abandoned nursing home which was susceptible to seasonal flooding.
The Department of Natural Resources say the new rules are to restrict the movement of potentially harmful insects.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is taking suggestions for conservation projects in honor the state parks' bicentennial.
The Department of Natural Resources is distributing revenues generated by state forest timber sales.
A Bloomington investment manager has been reappointed to the Ports of Indiana Commission. But what does a person from a landlocked area know about ports?
After eleven years, the lawsuit has finally come to a close.