The Indiana Department of Environmental Management issued Air Quality Action Days for Thursday and Friday this week because of high ground-level ozone.
For months, Duke Energy customers have been paying for damages resulting from a company lawsuit. On Monday the state Court of Appeals ruled that Duke can keep collecting the money from ratepayers.
Deer ticks, which can carry Lyme disease, have historically lived to the east and south of Indiana and in the northern part of the state near Chicago.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management predicts high levels of ozone for most of the state through Friday.
A concentrated animal feeding operation — or CAFO — has won a legal battle against a religious summer camp in Rush County.
The agency will update residents on residential soil sampling and cleanup work in areas of Hammond and Whiting.
The Environmental Protection Agency recently declared a Superfund site in Spencer because of contaminated groundwater. But town officials say the water is safe to drink.
One spill in April 2017 resulted in almost 300 pounds of hexavalent chromium dumped into the Burns Waterway, which feeds into Lake Michigan.
Experts found the mile-a-minute vine in Monroe County. It’s dead now, but they say it likely won’t be the last we see of the plant.
The path will allow paddlers to pull their canoes or kayaks out of the river so they can avoid a low-head dam in Kokomo