For the first time since 1921, the trapping of river otters has been regulated in the state of Indiana.
Until the bear wandered into the South Bend region, there had not been a confirmed Bear sighting in Indiana in more than 140 years.
Statewide environmental organizations have spoken out against the plans, but DNR officials say they're conservation-minded and are open to feedback.
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The first salvage sale took place Wednesday at the Jackson Washington State Forest.
Commercial carp fishing is taking off in nearby states, but one invasive species expert says it’s unlikely Indiana will see similar trends in the near future.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources say reported sightings are coming in around central Indiana, but there is no reason to be alarmed.
Residents of Hidden Hills in Miami County say the DNR's repair order would cost millions.
A secular group has warned the Department of Natural Resources that allowing the sculpture in a state park could be a violation of the U.S. constitution.
The Department of Natural Resources' controlled deer hunts have doubled the plant cover in state parks since the 1990s.