Following a last minute outpouring of support, including a $25,000 pledge from Elaine Mellencamp, Middle Way House of Bloomington has met its fundraising goal.
Bloomington is the first stop for a traveling exhibit focusing on how African-Americans have influenced popular music.
An Indiana University Law Professor has been chosen by President-elect Barack Obama for a top position in the Justice Department.
Newsbreak story that covers an IU Jacobs school of music effort to teach youngsters to play the violin.
Newsbreak Package with Shameeka Neely exploring fitness and diet.
WTIU Newsbreak Story: A new display telling history of african american music and culture in Bloomington Indiana's City Hall Lobby.
Middle way House - WTIU Newsbreak package covers fundraising effort to complete work at old Coca Cola plant in Bloomington.
WTIU Newsbreak story about a Study taking a look at Bloomington's Bike friendliness and accessibilty.
WTIU covers the Bloomington Salvation Army's bellringers.
Weekly Special Package explores the local wineries' special treat.
Bloomington announces property ready for future groundbreaking.
Two brothers are in police custody in connection with the home invasion attack on an elderly Brown County couple on November 15, 2009.
Two Teens are under arrest in connection with the November 2008 Morgantown murder.
An estimated 6,000 persons receive hospital emergency room care for burn injuries associated with contacting hot surfaces of room heaters each year.
The BEDC annual meeting looks back and ahead at the local economic outlook.
Night in and night out, the IU women's basketball team is proving it's legitimacy as one of the top teams in the conference.
WTIU News' Dave Leno discusses the improvement of the Hoosier women's basketball team.
WTIU's Dave Leno discusses IU women's basketball with Indiana Daily Student beat writer Jeremy Rosenthal.
Night in and night out, the IU women's basketball team is proving its legitimacy as one of the top teams in the conference.
WTIU's Dave Leno recaps Indiana's loss to Penn State.
IU students cheer and celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama at the IMU.
We find out what the inauguration of Barack Obama means to people in our community.
Since much of the recent election focused on the youth vote, WFIU wanted to talk to the next generation of voters.
As part of WFIU's inauguration week coverage, we're listening to the voices of the community.
The group, 36 people strong, packed a chartered motor coach with luggage, cold weather gear and a communal sense of history.
WTIU's Shameka Neely goes to Washington with a local group by bus.
WTIU's Kyle Mitchell covers the new life sciences building ribbon cutting. The building is a hi tech classroom and lab facility.
WTIU visits an inauguration event at the Bloomington IMU.
Ivy Tech of Bloomington opens its new life sciences building.
IU hustles, hits threes, competes, but still remains winless in the Big Ten.
Several inches of snow fell in Monroe County January 26th. Most schools were closed and many events cancelled. More snow in the forecast.
WTIU's Dave Leno gets out and sees how Bloomington is digging out from 12 inches of snow.
The hoosiers bounce back from a road loss to Illinois getting back on track with a win vs. Penn State.
Columbus-based Cummins is looking to eliminate about 350 hourly jobs from its southern Indiana workforce by the end of the month
Dave Leno covers the men's basketball game for WTIU.
The Commitee has taken the unusual step of approving a one year budget. Tough economic conditions lead to the move.
Restaurant Tallent receives a Four Diamond Award.
Tom Crean and the Hoosiers win a Big ten game vs Iowa. Devan Dumes has a huge night and makes some big 3 point shots.
Former Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Tony Dungy visited Indiana University this week.
Former Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Tony Dungy visited Indiana University this week.
Welcome home ceremony for A 2-150 "Ruffryders" at Bloomington High School North, February 8, 2009.
IU and Ivy Tech have removed administrative hurdles which previously led to IU admissions officers not counting some education credits earned at Ivy Tech.
Bloomington residents honored almost 135 soldiers from the Indiana National Guard.
Indiana University communication workers have begun a push to garner public support for an increase in their salaries for the coming year.
Many people are coming together to commemorate Abraham Lincoln's most formative years here in Indiana.
The CWA contends recent raises do not keep up with the consumer price index.
As expected, Illinois distanced itself from IU early to hang on for the big ten win.
Legislators, students, faculty and staff come together with two leading Indiana universities to launch a new life science initiative.
IU falls to Illinois at Assembly Hall in Bloomington in front of over 17-thousand fans.
IU and Purdue Launch New Life Science Initiative at the Indiana Statehouse.
Eighth District Congressman Brad Ellsworth (D-8th) stopped by a few towns in his district Wednesday.
Eighth District Congressman Brad Ellsworth stops by Chambers Restaurant in Spencer for a visit.
The 'Go Red for Women' benefit was more than just raising money, it's to raise awareness about the deadly disease.
With the help of local businesses and community leaders, the Middle Way House finds a new home.
A new Volunteers in Medicine clinic near Bloomington Hospital opened its doors Monday, offering some services the clinic's previous location could not.
A renowned speaker and civil rights activist visited IU last night to celebrate Black History Month.
Kyle Taber's dominance in the paint allowed the IU men's basketball team to control the bulk of the first half of last night's game against Northwestern.
A panel discussion held in the WTIU studios Thursday night debated Governor Daniel's proposal to cut the arts drastically from the state's budget.
The Hoosiers' relentless defense allowed them to come back and capture the win on senior day.
Despite the heartbreaking loss to Michigan State Tuesday night, fans had a reason to stick around after the game.
Kelley School received a $500,000 check from Ernst and Young, which will help a diversity effort.
As the weather warms up, local sap farmers are preparing for an upcoming maple syrup festival.
The IU women's basketball team failed to capture its first Big Ten title since 1983 this weekend. But the Hoosiers season isn't done just yet.
The IU men's basketball season came to an end Thursday night.
Last night, the IU women's basketball team found out which postseason tournament they'll compete in. WTIU's Dave Leno has the verdict.
WTIU's Dave Leno highlights the play that captured the IU women's basketball team's WNIT win over Dayton.
WTIU's Dave Leno highlights the play that had the Assembly Hall crowd cheering well, after the game.
The I-69 public comment tour stopped in Daviess County March 26, 2009. Interested residents picked up brochures and looked at detailed maps.
Residents met at the North Daivess Elementary School Gym to talk about the highway that would relocate 18 homes and use 15-hundred acres of farmland.
Local Organic growers are gearing up for a seasonal event beginning tomorrow.
The Rockie Express gas pipeline will transport gas from the Colorado Rockies to the Midwest including Indiana and Ohio
WTIU's Shameka Neely talks to Johmny Lindsey about a automated telephone scam that trys to get account information from customers.
Skeletal remains have been found east of Bloomington.
WTIU explores Memorial Stadium's new North End Zone on a guided tour.
This summer, IU Athletics will unveil Memorial Stadium's new north end zone. WTIU's Dave Leno shares some of the addition's amenities from today's tour.
Basketball Coach J.R. Holmes is interviewed by WTIU about the 4A Basketball Championship.
Bloomington South wins the 4A State Championship at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Indiana University commemorated the late Edward Hutton today as part of the new Honors College building dedication.
A new Indianapolis International Airport isn't just an improved terminal, but a new place to showcase the Hoosier state.
On Sunday, Bloomington South senior guard and IU recruit Jordan Hulls was named the top individual player in Indiana.
The IU Women's Little 500 team Mezcla promotes diversity.
Shameka Neely reports on Habitat For Humanity in Bloomington.
Tuesday night, WTIU partnered with the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network to recognize more than one-hundred unsung heroes.
City officials celebrated Earth Day with a grand opening of a one of a kind neighborhood: funky homes southwest of Bloomington-- the result of green building
A new facility for the IU Research and Teaching Preserve near the IU golf course opened this week.
Thousands enjoyed IU's 58th annual Little 500 race filled with festivities on Friday and Saturday. WTIU's Sara Ko takes you to the cycling scenes.
One local school put their sixth graders to the test with a youth fitness assessment.
IU is hosting an event to help eliminate old computers, VCRs and TVs in a safe and earth-friendly way.
Ivy tech hosted the sixth annual O’Bannon Institute in Bloomington today. The event highlights the importance of community service.
The Department of Cognitive Science held its annual Robotics Open House on Friday.
Indiana seems far from the dry desserts of the Middle East, but when it comes to energy the United States is considered the Saudi Arabia of coal.
WFIU’s Daniel Robison looks into what the Columbus has done since the flood waters receded to prevent a similar disaster from happening again.
Terre Haute city officials are actively angling to be included in stimulus-related projects that would expand Amtrak and possibly include high speed rail.
A festive event that brought folks together during lunch hour to raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington and enjoy strawberry shortcakes.
Today, six fallen officers were honored at the Monroe County Courthouse including the most recent Deputy, Sarah Jones, who died last October.
Architects working on a new Bloomington Transit facility have unveiled three plans for Bloomington Transit’s new downtown hub but the differences are subtle.
The City of Columbus is already advertising for bids to build the Commons, even though the results of a remonstrance to block its construction are not known.
Bandleader, composer/arranger and saxophonist Al Cobine passed away at his home in Bloomington last week at the age of 82. WFIU’s David Brent Johnson has more.
As part of his continuing series on Hoosier farmer-soldiers, reporter Douglas Wissing explores how National Guard troops learn how to work in Afghanistan.
WTIU's Teresa Bradtke investigates Jeep brand discontinuation in Jasper. The Company hopes brand consolidation will promote a stronger network of dealers.
Mayor Goodnight's decision to lay off 12 firefighters has sparked fierce debate in the community.
The issue of control of the city of Terre Haute now rests with the state's highest court.
The Bartholomew County Council must consider many new taxes all at once as an end-of-the-summer deadline approaches.
The General Motors plant in Bedford will remain open under the automaker’s bankruptcy protection plan announced Monday. WFIU’s Daniel Robison reports.
The Putnam County town of Russellville will have to pass a town spending ordinance in order to continue operating after the state rejected the town’s budget.
It took WFIU reporter Douglas Wissing months to plan his trip to Afghanistan. Then it took him several harried days to get there.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack visited Indiana Tuesday, touting the growth of a new energy economy and some factories hit hard by the auto industry slowdown.
A year after historic flooding struck the Daviess County town of Elnora, the town is still battling the after-effects of the rising water.
Though The Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Team is in Afghanistan to help farmers, that doesn't mean their mission is not fraught with danger.
The Indiana Supreme Court has, in less than three weeks, decided the case which could establish the final outcome of the 2007 Terre Haute mayoral election.
The farmer-soldiers of the Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Development Team have begun working to make irrigation more sustainable in Afghanistan.
Cash held in reserve by the City of Bloomington will help forestall layoffs for the immediate future, according to Mayor Mark Kruzan.
VIM adds staff to provide walk-in health care on behalf of a Baxter grant.
The Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Team is working to improve breeding and feeding of animals in Eastern Afghanistan.
The City of Kokomo's budget could be crippled if it does not include almost $6 million in property tax revenue which would have been paid by Chrysler.
The Indiana Attorney General visits Bloomington with two important messages.
What can we learn from digging up a parking lot? Shameka Neely gets on the scene and talks to the IUPUI team digging at the Museum in Indianapolis.
As part of its mission in Afghanistan, the Indiana National Guard's Agribusiness Development Team must determine which products farmers should raise.
Ivy Tech Bloomington plans for a student increase for the fall semester.
This week, health benefits ran out for many retired auto workers in Kokomo. Worse, some members of Kokomo's Local 292 were given just one week of notice.
"A Bloomington gay rights group hosts a Marriage-Counter Sit-in for Equality at the Justice Building today."
Bids for the construction of the new Commons in downtown Columbus have come in millions of dollars lower than projected.
Unemployment is causing many Hoosiers to lose their health insurance. State Health Commissioner advises Hoosiers on how to stay healthy in a tough economy.
Former Bloomington mayor John Fernandez has been nominated by President Obama to a position in the Department of Commerce.
How is the new Office of Sustainability is trying to establish itself on a campus that has a reputation for inertia on environmental issues?
Tax collections are down this year in Howard County due in large part to Chrysler's bankruptcy.
Khost Province, Afghanistan is an area so dangerous that constant security is crucial to the humanitarian mission of the Indiana National Guard's 119th ADT.
The B-Line Trail is officially open and is not only busy with joggers, but artists.
The Bloomington Police Department finds a new way to patrol the new downtown corridor.
A ban on a possibly controversial atheist advertisement by Bloomington Transit has caused a discussion within the city's religious community.
Bloomington's 2010 budget aim to offset a revenue shortfall. But Mayor Mark Kruzan says his aim is like state lawmakers -- keeping rainy day resources intact.
Millions of Americans are without health care. Where do Hoosiers rank in the system?
Indiana University's next budget will raise tuition, but also makes sweeping changes in an effort to lower costs to undergrads who make their homes in-state.
A look at a day in the life of the base which is home to the Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Development Team.
The ADT soldiers use specialized social scientists, both in Afghanistan and back home in Indiana, to better understand Afghan societies.
A Brown County judge is set to decide whether a 13-year-old boy from Nashville facing allegations of murder will be tried as an adult or as a juvenile.
Bloomington’s non-union city employees will get salary increases in the coming year, but they won’t correspond to results of work evaluations.
Following a trip to Italy, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight says he met with other manufacturing companies than just a planned confab with automaker Fiat.
Urban renewal in the 1960s changed the landscape of many American cities, including Indianapolis. But now an archeological dig looking into what was lost.
The Columbus Redevelopment Commission has awarded a $12.4 million bid on the new downtown Commons to a Columbus-based company.
As WFIU's Emily Loftis reports in part two of her series "Interpreting the Law," there are steps a city with limited resources can take to improve access...
Though Indiana University administrators say even further meetings with state lawmakers are unlikely to result in lower bills for students and parents.
In order to settle a suit filed against it, the Bloomington Transit Board has voted to allow an advertisement from an atheist group to be posted on city buses.
Monroe County residents will give up another one-one-hundredth of a percent of their paychecks as part of a Juvenile County Option Income Tax increase.
Stress free exercise for people of all ages. Laughter clubs are a community based association where all are welcome.
The influence of technology on media is driving new business models journalists should follow.
American-led coalition forces are waging a complicated counterinsurgency in Afghanistan, where critics say well-meaning military projects can be problematic.
President Barack Obama sat down Thursday night for a beer with two parties trying to work out a dispute. But does the tactic work if you're not the President?
As many as 63,000 people in Indiana -- 12,000 of them in Monroe County -- have been left in the dark thanks to storm-related power outages.
Heavy rains Tuesday could result in some areas of central and southern Indiana seeing flooding rivaling that of June 2008. WFIU’s Daniel Robison has more.
In Kokomo, where one in five people is jobless, many auto industry lifers are choosing to get the education they passed up years ago.
Alvin Townley expresses his passion for adventure, by trying to answer a question millions of Eagle Scouts might ask.
Trees down, power out, August 4 storm strikes area.
Brown County Residents pick up the pieces after severe weather cut power and water on Tuesday.
Local Boys and Girls Club on the field with IU Football.
The Bloomington Boys & Girls Club visits Memorial Stadium to meet the football players on the start of IU camp.
Monroe Hospital has expanded into Bloomfield to serve the rural community.
A private medical center in Bloomington recently expanded to Greene County.
Monroe County Sheriff Jim Kennedy and Jail Commander Bill Wilson appear at odds over whether the county needs a new jail or just a transitional facility.
With railroad companies owing the Terre Haute more than $60,000 in fines, the mayor says there's little city officials can do to try to collect the money.
It's been a big month for downtown Bloomington with the opening of the B-Line Trail. Now a new, big piece of artwork is being installed.
Four female soldiers are part of the Indiana National Guard’s 1-19th Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT.
All positions included in the Monroe County council's 2010 budget will not longer be subject to the county's hiring freeze. WFIU's Regan McCarthy has more.
Senator Lugar was in town to speak and answer questions from local citizens at a Chamber of Commerce function.
Indiana Congressman Baron Hill was the special guest on WFIU's "Noon Edition" discussing healthcare reform.
Indiana University interns have proposed a number of programs aimed at making the school greener, but getting any into the pipeline is likely to be a challenge.
The war in Afghanistan affects not only the soldiers fighting it, but their spouses back home. And it has different consequences each time a loved one deploys.
American Postal Workers union members massed outside Bloomington's downtown post office Tuesday, protesting the transfer of some operations to Indianapolis.
Even as the nation struggles with a debate on health care, the talk in Bloomington seems more civil to the city's mayor.
With IU football camp at the half way point, the team is gearing up for a new season in the new stadium.
After six months of planning, the Monroe County Emergency Planning Committee staged a county-wide disaster drill in Bloomington today.
Despite a highly-touted state health care program and possible federal changes, thousands of Hoosiers could still be left without health coverage.
A new educational model that led to the creation of a new type of school based on hands-on training and computer skills welcomes its second class of students.
A state senator is saying he’ll hold back $53 million from Indiana and Purdue Universities unless the schools agree not to raise their tuition.
In the second part of WFIU's two-part health care series, lawmakers weigh in on other possible solutions to the Healthy Indiana Plan waiting list problem.
Talks between Kokomo officials and Chrysler corporation appear stalled on the issue of the automaker's multi-million dollar property tax obligation to the city.
Monroe County coffers will receive about a million dollars more than expected from the County Option Income Tax in the coming fiscal year.
Col. Michael Howard, Brigade Commander in the turbulent eastern Afghan provinces where the 119th Agribusiness Development Team operates, talks about the war so far.
The new Dean of Students greets his first freshman class. He has a new vision for the students, one he believes every student is capable of achieving.
A "full-scale" emergency drill conducted in August among Monroe County first responders seemed less than full.
Indiana state education funding formula is up for review, and experts feel alternative learning is the new key tool.
As a response to concerns from the State Budget Committee, IU's President has begun a program which could offset some of the school's planned tuition increases.
The Mayor of Columbus says he's in favor of creative new fees which could help offset budget cuts both in his city and in the county at large.
Bloomington economic leaders say a packaging company could leave town if a tax abatement is not approved for a new eco-friendly building.
As the Monroe County Council has prepared for budget hearings, one member has often served as both a participant in the discussions and a distraction to them.
Eastern Kentucky's Colonels come into newly remodeled Memorial Stadium for a prime time game.
Baron Hill sought to ensure people who already have health insurance they won't be hurt by changes proposed in the healthcare reform bill before Congress.
WTIU's Dave Leno gets fans reaction to the newly remodeled Memorial Stadium after the season opener.
Corn nearly ready for harvest has parts of Indiana bearing a deep golden hue this time of year. But there's actually gold – the rare metal – in Indiana as well.
From complex paperwork to transporting reclaimed car metal, complications of Cash for Clunkers have raised concerns in several participating business sectors.
The Indiana state's education funding formula has generated much debate. One expert has concerns about the accountability of the public school system.
Campus police say keeping pedestrians safe from drivers is a hard problem to control, but other campus leaders say fewer building projects may be a start.
A state senator says Indiana's funding formula is in such flux the best solution may be starting from scratch.
Members of the Bloomington community gathered Friday to commemorate the tragic events eight years prior.
A highway project design could enhance or inhibit Bloomington businesses on the east side of town.
Bloomington's mayor says he hopes an agreement can be reached to paint more crosswalks on streets through the Indiana University campus and educate users.
A group of Indiana University students associated with the Sierra Club Wednesday launched a campaign to make the college's Bloomington campus coal-free.
A small clinic in Clay City is at the forefront of a national debate -- the push for an electronic medical record-keeping system.
Hearing the words “outhouse” and “runs” in the same sentence might conjure thoughts of abdominal distress.
Kokomo's mayor says he thinks even if the city builds a new fire station, he may not have to re-hire some firefighters he'd earlier laid off.
With one year under his belt, Indiana Basketball coach Tom Crean took his Tuesday evening to address the student body at the IU auditorium.
WTIU's Dave Leno reports IU coach Bill Lynch is gearing up his players for not only a tough game, but an intimidating atmosphere.
Local officials are guarded about the county’s relationship with Printpack but clearly aren’t happy with the company’s tactics
Investigators in Brown County have determined the fire that burned down the Little Nashville Opry on September 19th was intentionally set.
Friday afternoon, the New North End Zone at Memorial Stadium was formally dedicated.
Printpack will receive a tax abatement from Monroe County just as soon as leaders sign the council's Memorandum of Understanding.
With the start of the 2009 season around the corner, IU coach Tom Crean updated the media today on his team's progress.
Bloomington's Big Brothers Big Sisters organization attempted to gather more than 1,300 people to play telephone. But the message may not have been clear.
An Indiana University professor is the co-winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics and the first woman to win the award.
The new north end zone at Memorial Stadium is dedicated. IU athletic leaders hope the new addition will be a boost for more than just the football program.
In the first of a two-part series, WFIU’s Emily Loftis sought out graffiti writers to talk about their work……
Former Vice President Dan Quayle toured the BioConvergence laboratory today with Republican candidate for the ninth district congressional seat, Todd Young.
A downtown rally in Bloomington this morning over health care brought up concerns about Senator Evan Bayh's campaign contributions.
Health care providers in south-central parts of Indiana are rushing to administer the few shots of the H1N1 vaccine they’ve received.
In the conclusion to WFIU’s two-part series on graffiti, talks with business owners about the debate and the work of a city employee who cleans spray-paint.
A lack of standards for online and technology-based learning has many in the state scrambling to shape the General Assembly’s eventual policy debate.
IU officials broke ground on Saturday for renovations to the University Theater on campus.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the week honors after IU's homecoming match-up with Illinois on Saturday.
Bloomington's mayor says Indiana University won't have to foot the bill for improvements to its roadways alone.
People packed Woodburn Hall to hear the controversial debate regarding the Bloomington Transit bus advertisement, "You Can Be Good Without God."
The Monroe County Religious Leaders, a Bloomington interfaith organization met Wednesday to discuss the intersection of faith and health care policy.
A diverse crowd gathered in the Whittenberger Auditorium for a round table discussion centered around a controversial topic.
The State Budget Committee heard more bad news Friday about the state’s tax revenue collections.
The field of GOP candidates vying to challenge Brad Ellsworth in next year’s 8th District election has grown to three.
In the first of two WFIU features surrounding Halloween, Ann Shea takes a scientific look at what makes us scared and why we sometimes seek out the emotion.
An information technology company has announced it'll relocate from California to Kokomo, in the process creating more than 400 jobs.
The Red Cross doesn't have the donors they need as the U.S. population shifts.
Picture the life of a grave digger — Now get rid of all those thoughts, because WFIU's Regan McCarthy reports that’s not necessarily the job description.
Tavis Smiley says Indiana’s junior senator should make his views on the issue known out of respect to the tens of thousands of unemployed Hoosiers.
The most visible members of the Bloomington Police Department may patrol the city in squad cars, but there several branches of the which aren’t as high-profile.
Following deaths at quarries over the summer, Bloomington's police dive team was in the spotlight. Though the team isn't new, its tactics have changed.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan is fighting back against the city's Chamber of Commerce, which says it opposes a plan to limit downtown chain businesses.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie dedicated the university's new Innovation Center on Monday. It will open officially in January 2010.
WTIU's Emily Loftis reports from the Tibetan Mongolian Cultural Center in Bloomington on sacred texts donated to the center by the Dalai Lama.
Those who registered for the first day of IU's online H1N1 vaccine reservation system received their doses on Monday at Assembly Hall.
Coach Tom Crean's IU men's basketball team is now 2-0 after defeating USC-Upstate on Monday night. WTIU's Dave Leno has the story.
A hearing in Tipton County Wednesday tried to determine whether annexation opponents have enough remonstrance signatures to fight Kokomo’s attempts to annex.
Jobless Hoosiers who have exhausted unemployment benefits may reapply this Monday due to another extension from the federal government.
IU’s football season ended Saturday with a loss to Purdue, but the season ended a day later for those who clean up after fans once the crowd has filed out.
Ball State University is building the largest geothermal system in the country, a project promising to cut the school’s carbon emissions in half.
A fatal pedestrian accident on the IU's campus in September has caused renewed discussion about how to safely merge pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
Ball State is building the largest geothermal system in the country, but how practical is Ball State’s model in working toward climate neutrality
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan and local business owners are asking area shoppers to shift at least ten-percent of their holiday purchases to local businesses.
While the jury is still out on how important sustainability surveys are, IU administrators are finding out it's not easy being green.
Monroe County still owes about 27-thousand dollars on two grants the Youth Services Bureau received but then overspent. WFIU’s Regan McCarthy reports.
The IU men's basketball lost by 12 points to Maryland in its annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge game.
A program that aims to enhance tradition and culture among the African-American community promoted a service program on Wednesday.
Usually, just seeing Santa is the highlight. The scene was quite different in Solsberry Saturday morning.
The Indiana University HPER hosted an open house displaying a cannon that once mounted the ship of Captain Kidd.
Ivy Tech students, faculty and staff gathered around the Student Commons and stepped into a culturally diverse world at the annual Diversity Day.
Some Democratic lawmakers see a vote on property tax caps as a gamble between following their conscience or continuing their political career.
Monroe County council members have voted to establish a fund intended to reduce the amount of paper generated by county departments.
Leaders of the BCSC say they'll ask for improvements to a school construction plan -- and hope to get more bang for their voter-approved buck.
A $60 million Lilly Endowment grant being given to the Indiana University School of Medicine will help the school recruit twenty scientists.
Maurice Creek was the first IU freshman to score 31 points against Kentucky. But even that sensational performance wasn't enough.
The drug court system restores lives of substance abusers. The National Association of Drug Court Professionals takes the lead in the court structure system.
Indiana only federal prison facility underwent a leadership change, hiring the first African-American female warden.