State health officials are suing the Three Waters Campground in the Randolph County town of Farmland over alleged health and safety violations.
Police are investigating three attacks on Bloomington trails in three months.
The Bloomington Police Department says it's seeing an increase in reports of panhandling and violence downtown.
Police say the most common crimes they respond to involve alcohol, drug use, and disturbances.
New produce safety rules could mean significant changes for Indiana farmers.
The University of Rhode Island TickEncounter Resource Center's index says the risk for ticks, specifically American dog ticks, in the region is high.
Millions of drivers will be hitting the roads this weekend, and fireworks will be lighting up skies around the state. Read more in our morning roundup.
Local chefs share summer food safety tips to keep in mind during summer cook-outs.
The police departments are opening up their lobbies for Craiglists transactions to take place, in the hopes that the over-watch will make citizens safer.
Despite rain and chills, Indiana communities are not rescheduling trick-or-treating hours.