Authorities say a man has died after being shot in an accident while hunting deer in southern Indiana
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.
An Indianapolis cemetery that's the burial place for a United States president and three vice presidents is trying to keep hunters off its grounds.
Asian carp are an invasive species that threaten native fish.
"Operation Double Dip" started in early 2015 and ran through 2016. Fifty-seven citations were issued in Indiana.
After 10 years of contentious debate, Indiana legislators approved a law this year legalizing fenced-in deer hunting preserves.
Reducing the parks' deer populations helps maintain habitat for other animals and state-endangered plants.
The legislation allows deer hunters on private land to use high-powered rifles – guns that could have a range of as much as a half mile.
Environmental and animal rights groups have significant issues with the bill and proposed an amendment that would bar people from hunting wild sheep and goats.
Indiana is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of women who hunt. One-point-five million of the nation’s hunters are now women.