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
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.
Alcoa Corp. has finished hiring workers ahead of the planned summer restart of its aluminum smelting operations in southwestern Indiana.
The agency says it costs about $17,000 a year to print drafts of air permits in local papers.
The fungal disease poses no threat to humans, but can cause facial swelling, disfigurement, skin and scale lesions, internal lesions and death in snakes.
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.
Indiana's DNR commissioner withdrew the proposals during a meeting Tuesday.
The red wolf, once native to southern Indiana, could become extinct as soon as 2026.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is considering two proposals this week regarding bobcats, raccoons, opossums and coyotes that have been met with fierce opposition.