How Indiana lawmakers are addressing sexual assault, a Chinese school in Terre Haute is expanding and we go back to the largest disaster in state history.
A school in Terre Haute that teaches Chinese language and culture to children on Saturdays is expanding to include adults for the first time this year.
Vigo County officials have approved a new ankle device that will make in-home detention an option for many of the jail's inmates.
The opening of the new rec center will mark the first time the the ladies basketball team has ever played a home game.
The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary of the Woods is allowing oil company CountryMark to test for oil on the congregation's property.
Crews began cleaning up an old coke and carbon plant in June, aiming to remove contaminants from the soil and groundwater.
Park officials say many of the homeless people had already left because of tighter restrictions implemented earlier this year.
The approved lease establishes royalty payments between the city and Pioneer Oil, which plans to drill on Indiana University State's campus.
The dome of the 129-year-old Terre Haute courthouse is being coated with a gold sealant.
We talked with Mayor Bennett about Terre Haute's colleges, oil exploration and recycling programs.