Wayne Township Schools and the Indiana Department of Education put together a live stream with lessons on the solar eclipse Monday.
The university has 10,000 eclipse cards to give out to anyone who asks.
Update: The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says 12 state parks will host viewing parties for the eclipse.
Without special eye protection, scientists warn that retinal damage is imminent for anyone viewing next month's eclipse from Indiana.
Are changes coming to Indiana’s alcohol laws, why experts are preparing for an astronomical event and the race for Indiana’s 9th district is already heating up.
It doesn’t happen very often, but if you look up into the southern sky tonight, you’ll observe a full lunar eclipse.