Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg stopped in Muncie on Tuesday to fire up college-aged voters.
A Marine veteran in Delaware County has been awarded the Purple Heart 72 years after he was injured in a World War II mission.
Candidates for statewide office found themselves in the same town on the same night Saturday, rallying Muncie voters.
The Hometown Outdoor Advertising owner says he decided to change the words on the sign after learning about complaints.
Planned Parenthood announced Thursday its center in Muncie will close Friday.
The city will spend $9 million to build a new trailhead to connect Muncie’s White River recreational trail to the state’s 62-mile Cardinal Greenway.
Some Indiana students want the firefly named as the official state insect; the governor is expected to sign the budget today. Read more in our headline roundup.
Ball State University banned a class that taught intelligent design, and now Indiana lawmakers are questioning that decision.
Merging Muncie's two high schools is expected to save the district $1.7 million annually — but it’s unlikely to solve the district’s transportation problems.
U.S. postal centers around the state could be consolidated to save money.