Emerald ash borers have killed more than 100 million trees in the U.S., and that correlates to a rise in human deaths, a new study finds.
The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is trying to eradicate the Emerald Ash Borers that have been found on the city's near-south side.
Emergency management officials say streams are unlikely to flood over because of the drought.
A naturalist at McCormick's Creek State Park says temperature is always the key factor in how colorful the leaf show will be.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has taken the last year and a half to develop some "best practices" for utility companies.
The Indiana General Assembly is expanding its efforts to go paperless by using iPads in more committees next session.
The trees will be planted in the Collett Park neighborhood, which lost at least 60 trees in storms a year ago.
Trees from NSA Crane will be used to replace boards on the hull of the USS Constitution.
Officials unveiled a historical marker on Seminary Park's property.
While trees blocking critical paths have been mostly removed, Dunn Woods still remains largely unpassable.