One hundred fifteen workers died in Indiana on the job in 2010.
Frank Straub clashed with the Fraternal Order of Police over his blunt call for reform in a department he says has a long history of lackadaisical standards.
After a report said the Indiana State Fair Commission was unprepared on the night of the stage collapse, the commission is reviewing its safety standards.
The AFL-CIO says the new rule could limit public access to the statehouse.
A driver meeting today will address the issues surrounding driver Dan Wheldon's death in a crash in Las Vegas.
The council voted not to withhold funding for three planned roundabouts in Bloomington after several hours of debate that lasted well into Wednesday.
The recent comment made on a Franklin Central High School student‘s Facebook page illustrates the pressure it places on administrators.
One farm safety expert says the agricultural industry is having trouble breaking through that plateau.
9/11 has reshaped Indiana culturally both in the daily activities such as transportation and larger issues like the opinion of the Muslim community.
Bloomington’s mayor has signed on to a pact urging Congress to enact stricter gun laws.