Bloomington high school students are preparing to join the second National School Walkout tomorrow.
Indiana leaders celebrated National Child Abuse Prevention Month Thursday amid controversy at the state’s child welfare agency.
The city of Bloomington is addressing potential traffic issues that could come up when summer construction projects begin.
Rather than interrupting Wednesday’s meeting like in previous weeks, activists spoke only during the public comment portion in voicing opposition to the purchase of an armored vehicle.
Indiana University’s graduate student government approved a proposal this week asking the university to institute scholarship opportunities for so-called Dreamers.
The GOP tax bill ended the individual mandate that required Americans to have insurance.
President Donald Trump’s recent budget proposal includes making cuts to infrastructure, education, affordable housing and healthcare, leading one watchdog group to speak out in concern about the potential impact those cuts could have.
The Indiana Commission on Improving the Status of Children wants to help spread a suicide prevention program to health care providers across the state.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton says an armored vehicle would have helped in apprehending an attempted murder suspect this past week.
The Internal Revenue Service has extended the deadline to file taxes until midnight April 18, following a system outage Tuesday. The Indiana Department of Revenue will also extend its deadline.