Heavy rain during the summer has resulted in great fall colors, say officials from the state's DNR and Brown County State Park.
Thanks to good weather, pumpkin patches across the state saw more crop than usual. But, the leftover pumpkins could pose a problem for next year.
The Brown County State Park naturalist says he expects the peak to be in late October, but people are already flocking to the area to see the color change.
The Department of Education announced this week school districts can either add days to the end of the year or hours onto days to make up for canceled days.
Pumpkins have deep roots, so they were able to withstand the state's summer drought.
Join us today for Noon Edition's fall gardening show on WFIU at 12 p.m.
Submit pictures of fall colors to our online gallery.
IU Energy Challenge kicks off today in front of the Sample Gates.
It's the first day of fall, but the temperature in Bloomington still makes it feel like summer.
The increase in enrollment has caused facility expansions previously a few years away to be moved up considerably.