Indiana State Fair officials are encouraging visitors to “step right up” and learn more about the state’s rich circus history.
Laura Chaiken opened Bloomington Salt Cave just a year ago. Her goal is to help those in need of a relaxing experience, but she also wants it to be a community space.
China isn’t going to take trash from the U.S. anymore, and it will no longer import contaminated recycling. Hoosiers are searching for ways to prevent potential recyclables from ending up in a landfill.
After another act of vandalism at an Indiana church, the governor says it’s time to pass a hate crimes law. China isn’t taking our plastics anymore. That has cities across the country grappling with their recycling. And we visit the engine manufacturer Cummins for a conversation about trade.
The company's quarterly earnings report says recent tariffs and increased commodity prices are costing them about $100 million.
While police are still searching for the vandals who spray painted a Nazi flag on the synagogue property, Congregation Shaarey Tefilla called on community members to show unity.
We look at how Indiana is preparing to increase voting security ahead of November. Why some say throwing money at the trade war isn’t going to fix it. And how a partnership is preparing Hoosier roads for autonomous vehicles.
Self-driving cars are still years away. But the technology that will make them work is on the ground in Indiana.
Farmers throughout Indiana have lost $2 per bushel on soybeans and 80 cents per bushel on corn, thanks to tariffs and strong yields.
Several national reports point to vulnerabilities with Indiana's systems.