Deborah Curtis has taken the helm as president of Indiana State University.
Indiana officials are sparring over the legality of CBD oil. Meet the families who fought for years to legally use CBD as a treatment for seizure disorders.
The former CEO of the Utilities District of Western Indiana electric cooperative is suing the organization for breach of contract and unpaid wages.
2017 was marked by allegations of money mismanagement at the Utilities District of Western Indiana. The board unanimously approved a transparency policy Monday.
The zoo plans to release the salamanders into the wild once they're fully grown.
PBS says it uncovered "multiple, credible allegations" of misconduct by its host. Smiley denies the allegations.
The Monroe County Council is expected to vote tonight on a proposed 1 percent food and beverage tax to help fund the expansion of the convention center.
The policy required the electric co-op to provide health benefits to employees, board directors, and their spouses for life.
Indiana University Bloomington's Interfraternity Council voted Monday night to temporarily suspend activities for all campus fraternities until February.
Doug Childs says he thinks he can make a real difference at the rural electric cooperative plagued with controversy.