AquaBounty Technologies has developed a biotech salmon that it plans to grow near no major body of water, in a production facility in the small town of Albany, Indiana.
There are only a handful of locations east of the Mississippi that qualify for Dark Sky Designation. Sections of the Hoosier National Forest might just qualify as one of those places.
A consumer advocate group is urging the state to deny Vectren’s proposal to build a $780 million natural gas plant. The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor says Vectren needs to explore all its options.
The application deadline is drawing near for hunters to participate in deer reduction hunts at 19 state properties in November.
Two proposed developments, one on Bloomington's far east side and one on the north side, could add more than 1,400 new bedrooms to city housing stock.
The two-day event brought experts together to take a closer look at how Indiana can protect its water resources.
East Chicago residents found out at a public meeting Thursday night some lead lines are only getting partially replaced leaving those residents still at risk.
Among Midwest states, Indiana has the second highest percentage of clean energy jobs in its workforce (2.7 percent) and ranks second in wind energy employment.
The state is moving forward with plans to stop posting air pollution notices in newspapers, despite opposition. The notices let people know if someone has applied for a permit to put contamination into the air.
Aardvark Straws is located in Fort Wayne and claims to be the sole U.S. producer of paper straws.
It will be one of just five schools in the country—and the first in Indiana—to offer certificates and degrees focusing on precision agricultural.