While Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), also known as mad deer disease, hasn’t spread to Indiana yet, the state is prepared to address a potential outbreak.
An advocacy group plans to move forward with a lawsuit after a judge denied a request to halt an emergency rule that allows rifle-hunting on public land.
Low head damns are man-made structures that are capable of trapping someone in powerful churning water.
An animal welfare group has requested that a judge toss an emergency rule from Indiana's wildlife agency to allow rifle-hunting on state or federal property.
The state has set this year's trapping cap at 600.
New technology is giving one Indiana county a better look at what’s at the bottom of Lake Monroe, and it’s helping law enforcement solve some cases.
The DNR issued the rule in response to a law legislators passed that unintentionally barred the use of rifles on public land for deer hunting.
The City of Kokomo is partnering with nonprofit group RETREET and the Indiana DNR to replace 120 trees in wake of the August 2016 tornado.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the appointment Wednesday.
Ginseng hunters are trespassing on private land in Indiana to steal the valuable roots.