Terre Haute is commemorating the lives of nearly 7,000 soldiers lost in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Law professor Nicolas Terry says as states try to crack down on opioid prescriptions, the elderly may turn to illegal drugs for pain management.
Orange County leaders say they may not be able to pay Indiana University Health an almost 10 fold increase in charges for ambulance services.
Johnson County Farmer John Canary has worked the last two weeks straight to get his crops planted.
Members of The Indiana Forest Alliance, state legislators and representatives from the Department of Natural Resources went on a hike to see the impact of logging in state forests.
A homeless camp near the former Thompson Electronics plant on South Rogers Street in Bloomington will be removed after a change in county code.
A female barn owl injured from alleged gunshot wounds has found a mate in a young male rescued last fall.
A Bloomington nonprofit group is teaming up with skateboard sneaker maker Vans to get girls interesting in skateboarding.
Republican Rep. Trey Hollingsworth is fighting to keep his seat against opponents on the left and the right. Candidates on both sides of the aisle paint him as an opportunist and outsider.
Plans for old hospital site include an arts and activities center, office space and a mix of different kinds of housing.