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 City of Bloomington Utilities will NOT shut off water in parts of Bloomington as previously reported.
Of the utilities the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission surveyed, only half have plans in place to deal with water shortages.
A study that used data collected at the Morgan-Monroe State Forest indicates trees may be able to adapt to climate change by using less water.
Alternate streams of revenue are being approached for Nashville's water improvement project.
State environmental officials began testing water in state parks and recreation areas Monday for high algae levels.
A city councilman is pushing to incorporate one neighborhood’s private wells into the city’s water system because residents are afraid of water contamination.
In Daviess and Pike counties, State Road 257 from U.S. Route 50 to State Road 356 is now open.
Hundreds of people braved the cold to take a dip into the lake to ring in the new year.
Bloomington residents are not allowed to water their yards beginning Monday. Some exceptions apply.