The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has added a groundwater chemical plume that's threatening a central Indiana city's water supply to its highest priority cleanup list for hazardous waste sites.
Three STEM classes gathered at the school Friday to test their robots in a live battle.
Officials say the park will include a splash pad, green space, WiFi and even affordable housing. But critics say the housing won't really be affordable.
An Indiana University golfer is advancing to the NCAA Championship for the first time in nearly three decades after the regional round on Wednesday.
A state agency is reminding Hoosiers with disabilities that they have options when it comes to voting.
A longtime Bloomington staple will reopen Thursday under a different name.
A Ball State University professor says efforts to reduce carbon emissions have to start at the local level.
One side effect of the opioid epidemic: violence against medical professionals is on the rise. Some Indiana hospitals are training doctors and nurses in self defense.
County officials say they’ve seen a 100 percent increase for children needing their services the last three years, and 90 percent of those cases deal with substance abuse.
Recent weather is causing some Indiana high schools to postpone, and in some cases cancel, more outdoor sporting events than normal.