Continued flooding across northern Indiana has caused widespread road closures and warnings that it could take several days for high waters to recede.
The 49th Annual Statewide Preservation Conference Will Be Held In Columbus For The First Time.
Indiana’s State Chemist Office has been busy ahead of the 2018 planting season preparing farmers to use the powerful herbicide Dicamba.
A federal judge has denied East Chicago residents’ request to intervene in court proceedings concerning lead contamination in a public housing complex there.
Trump's proposed 2019 budget for the Environmental Protection Agency released Monday would cut Great Lakes restoration funding by 90 percent.
Indiana native and musician John Mellencamp spoke at Indiana University Friday ahead of a documentary screening about the negative consequences of coal.
Boonville, Ind. Mayor Charlie Wyatt worked at Alcoa for 41 years. Now the company writing his retirement checks suing the town he serves as mayor.
Light wintry precipitation is possible late tonight and Saturday.
The bill would stop local governments from being able to regulate logging or mineral extraction on private property.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says an interstate partnership is being established to help strengthen defenses against invasive Asian carp.
A conservation group has acquired more than 50 acres (20 hectares) of natural habitat along or near Indiana's official state river, the Wabash River.