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A CDC rendering of a microscopic image of the new coronavirus.

Positive cases reported on Mondays tend to be lower than those reported on days prior due to weekend lulls. Testing dips during the weekends according to ISDH graphs.

An image of solar panels.

I&M spokesman Brian Bergsma could not point to one reason for the delay in construction.

Daleville school board

According to a state audit, IVS and IVPA wrongly received $68.7 million in state payments by improperly claiming students as enrolled between 2011 and 2019 even though they had no online course activity.


The Purdue University Board of Trustees has approved the purchase of a powerful new supercomputer from Dell that will support a wide range of research.

mask sign

The state announced more than 74,000 total confirmed cases over the last week – including four days with more than 1,000 reported cases – and more than 841,000 Hoosiers tested.

The inside of the newly-renovated Eskenazi Art Museum. Nov. 4, 2019.

After being closed for three years for a $30 million renovation, the museum reopened in late 2019 but closed again in March amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

No to WSP sign

Residents with the Cass County Citizens’ Coalition worry the zinc oxide manufacturing plant, owned by Waelz Sustainable Products, would emit dangerous amounts of lead and mercury into the air.

An aerial photo of the vandalism done to the Black Lives Matter Mural in Indianapolis.

The Indy10 Black Lives Matter group called the defacement of the downtown Indianapolis BLM mural another example of White supremacy and said its supporters would not be deterred.

A DNR conservation officer's boat on the water.

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources said responders were dispatched around 6 p.m. Saturday to reports of a person being struck by a boat.

optum serve testing site

The Indiana State Department of Health said the state has had 74,328 cases and 2,835 deaths since the start of the pandemic. More than 841,000 tests have been administered in Indiana.


The incident happened around 8 a.m. Sunday on the ramp leading from Interstate 70 eastbound to Interstate 65 northbound. The ramp was expected to be closed for several hours during clean up efforts.


A Kosciusko County jury found Jammy Stacy of Elkhart guilty of one count of neglect of a dependent resulting in serious bodily injury. Stacy, 43, now faces up to 17 years in prison at her Aug. 31 sentencing.

Brown County State Park

Some Indiana campgrounds have been packed this summer with campers seeking a taste of the great outdoors following months of restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.


Deputies said Cody Methanial Sargent, who was wanted for violating his probation in drug-related convictions, tried to hide and escape from officers by climbing up a fireplace chimney.

Lights flash red and blue on top of a police car,

The shots that Elias Donker, a reserve deputy with the Vigo County Sheriff’s Department, fired — one of which fatally wounded Errol K. Bolin — “were justified and legal under Indiana law,” County Prosecutor Terry Modesitt says.


Aside from a face coverings mandate for students in third grade and up, Indiana has no state requirements for if or how schools should open. It’s up to to local leaders to craft and follow their own back-to-school plans.


Indiana State University is postponing its football season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Alexander Rossi finished second in the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 26, 2019.

Drivers will begin practicing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next week for the “greatest spectacle in racing,” knowing that come race day the stands won’t be packed with people.


The state agency reported 1,036 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, following the 1,253 new cases reported Friday and 1,051 new cases reported Thursday.

NIPSCO's Michigan City coal plant.

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission cited the Northern Indiana Public Service Co. for instances of failing to locate or mark underground pipelines within two days of a request being made.

River Forest school hallway

Newly reopened schools have already reported infections just days into the academic year, triggering virus protocols that include swiftly isolating infected students, tracing their contacts and quarantining people they exposed.

People in Masks

Does the governor have authority to enforce a mask mandate? IU Health joins us for a COVID-19 update. How a local project is trying to keep eviction cases from going to court. And should universities reduce tuition?


A Kelley School of Business student launched a petition to persuade Indiana University to reduce the tuition rate after many classes moved online during the coronavirus pandemic.

all Hoosiers will have to wear a mask in public

Indiana is one of many states that has a mandatory mask order in place, but legal experts disagree on whether or not the governor has the authority to enforce it with criminal penalties.

masked hoosiers

IU officials spent the past few weeks retrofitting classrooms and buildings to make campus safer for students and staff when classes begin later this month.


Indiana’s unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.


Republican Rod Bray told school leaders in the letter he wants to “make sure they understand” that state law currently caps per-pupil funding for students who take at least half their classes virtually to 85% of basic tuition support.

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission ordered NIPSCO to pay more than $1.1 million for natural gas pipeline violations in 2018. The utility has had similar violations in the past.

A CDC rendering of a microscopic image of the new coronavirus.

Indiana had another record-setting day of positive cases, 1,253, after yesterday’s 1,051 new cases, according to Friday’s report from the Indiana State Department of Health.

Housing and Eviction Prevention Project Monroe County

A June study from the Aspen Institute says around 20 million people across the country could be at risk of eviction by September – with potentially 448,730 of them residing in Indiana.

Three schemes for design of hospital site

The three schemes the consultants presented are options on site design and connectivity to the city.


Join us this week as we talk about IU Bloomington move-in plans and precautions for the fall semester.

Cohousing phase one is wrapping up

The city released the housing needs and development strategies study this week. Projected growth models indicate the city will need 2,500 additional housing units over the next decade.

Jennifer McCormick addresses questions from the media during a virtual press conference on Thursday.

The state's top school official says efforts to find people who have potentially been exposed to the coronavirus is proving difficult.

Indiana’s reporting comes months after all of its neighboring states and nearly all other states created such dashboards.


Indiana workers’ union representatives rallied today, calling for Senators Todd Young and Mike Braun to support the HEROES Act before the Senate goes on a five-week vacation starting August 7.

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