The Indiana University Board of Trustees approved building expansions on both its Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses at a meeting Friday morning.
Bloomington officials are moving forward with a proposal to more strictly regulate downtown development.
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, which represents nearly 900 businesses, is against the proposal.
Indiana's inventory of available houses has dropped more than 13 percent since last year, while demand continues to rise.
Almost 95 percent of incoming freshmen this year decided to live on campus.
The Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority reports the state had 3,200 homeless people on Jan. 25.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton discusses I 69, opioid treatment centers, and accessory dwelling units.
Nearby residents of the new development are still worried about its impact on their neighborhood.
The Ellettsville plan commission faces a lawsuit from a Bloomington development company after denying plans for a new apartment complex.
Columbus residents of a neighboring subdivision are concerned the number of houses will lead to an increase of traffic issues on the roads nearby.