A hydrogeologist hired for the study says Indiana’s water policy does not specify which water users get priority in the event of severe shortages.
The study's author says Indiana has a low average income because highly-educated people are leaving the state.
A new study from Indiana University shows that just the taste of beer could be a key component in alcohol abuse.
A study finds the areas of Indianapolis in need of better schools are not necessarily the poorest, but district officials are skeptical.
A study from Indiana University researchers finds negative messaging does not get through to drug and alcohol addicts like positive messaging.
But economic experts say the report may overstate the benefits the aviation industry brings to the state.
Dr. Douglas Zipes says tasers can provoke sudden cardiac arrest and even death.
Researchers say even unwanted items can help build brand identity among those they are donated to.
A new form of bacterial growth could lead to innovations in industry, agriculture, and medicine.
A recent study suggests a link between people who suffer from certain sleep disorders and their dominant hand.