The escalating crisis in the Ukraine and the impact it's having on one family that's here visiting their children. And the push to legalize hemp.
A lawsuit over whether grocery stores should be allowed to sell cold beer, IU's cyber security breach and a look back when Indiana hosted MLB spring training.
Trees are coming down as crews prepare to update S.R. 37 to interstate standards. And a look inside a university program that trains students to operate drones.
Is the record number of school closings affecting students, more on Indiana's HPV vaccination rate and an Indiana skier is competing in the Sochi Olympics.
Employers are reducing the hours of part time employees to avoid paying insurance and is logging good forest management or the destruction of a public asset?
We talk about emergency response and the latest on the Purdue shooting investigation and an unprecedented propane shortage is leaving some Hoosiers in the cold.
Lawmakers delay a vote on the same sex marriage ban and some say a bill designed to protect farmers would infringe on people's first amendment rights.
More on the Exotic Feline Rescue Center investigation, the legislature lays out its priorities and is the creation of a state funded Pre-K program possible?
Our statehouse reporter breaks down the top issues facing lawmakers this session, immigration reform in Indiana and Greencastle Mayor Sue Murray.
Indiana Newsdesk's Joe Hren speaks with Greencastle Mayor Sue Murray, in our weekly Ask The Mayor segment.