Companies that rely heavily on exports are more likely to feel the impacts of a global market slowdown.
Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly will support the Iran nuclear deal; former Indiana University footballer Antonio Allen is transferring to Indiana State.
Expect Bloomington traffic delays as students move in Wednesday; a new Indiana law prohibits taking selfies of your ballot.
IU's current contract with Adidas dates back to 2004. The extension means the relationship will continue through at least 2024.
IU received approval for a new program called intelligent systems engineering, but university officials say their goal is not to compete with Purdue.
The engineering program IU plans to being in 2016 will offer bachelor's and Ph.D. degrees.
Thanks to a State Department of Health grant, IU freshmen visiting campus for student orientation will notice increased efforts against sexual violence.
Former IU baseball player Kyle Schwarber will be the designated hitter for the Chicago Cubs during six interleague games.
The school says the move was made possible in part due to increased state appropriations.
Glenda Ritz is expected to announce her run for governor this morning; a tuition freeze is in place at IU Bloomington. Read more in our morning roundup.