The investigation into a voter registration group has led to accusations of voter fraud from the Indiana State Police and Secretary of State.
The university's School of Public and Environmental Affairs took a look at the popularity of mileage user fees as half the states consider them.
New research shows how pharmacists administering flu shots is leading to a change in how we immunize ourselves.
Officials say the degree will be a combination of biostatistics, computer science and informatics.
Look up! The carillon is a rare outdoor concert, but you could easily mistake it for a chiming bell tower.
Faculty and students argue that many of the changes won't generate enough saving to justify the cuts.
The goal of the initiative is to address layers of administrative red tape that build up over the years at a large organization like a university.
Bloomington City Council members postponed a vote on a development project that would replace the current Dunnhill apartment complex.
The Journal Gazette reports the school's College of Arts and Sciences is most affected, with geology, philosophy and women's studies being eliminated Jan. 1.
The Monroe County Coroner ruled Smedley's drowning death a suicide, but Smedley's sister believes Bloomington Police should investigate his death as a homicide.