A state commission is considering whether to designate a shipwreck 28 feet under in Lake Michigan as the state's first underwater nature preserve.
State and federal officials continue to develop plans for containing the invasive fish species known collectively as Asian carp.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources posted a recreation alert notice on the webpage for Hardy Lake, in addition to signs at the physical site.
The four birds hatched on the Market Tower in Indianapolis have been named Dox, Edge, Bailey and Luka.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources tried to shut down captive hunts, but operators filed a lawsuit in response that is still pending.
White Nose Syndrome has killed some bats in Indiana, but experts say the number of deaths is lower than levels seen in the Northeast.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is collecting information on chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.
A mine in Southwestern Indiana stopped coal removal operations last week and has begun an environmental restoration process.
Boating accidents involving alcohol continue to go up. Officials are working to increase their visibility on waterways in an effort to reverse that trend.
A series of two falling trees is responsible for the death of a trail guide at Brown County State Park.