Indiana residents without a fishing license won't need one to go fishing later this month at the state's public-owned lakes and rivers.
A shortage of brown trout in Illinois has spurred Indiana to turn to its northern neighbor to supply the popular game fish for an annual restocking effort.
A judge is requiring Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources to release public documents related to a controversial mining expansion near Boonville.
Protests against timber harvest in Yellowwood State Forest have mostly died off as logging crews began working this week.
Wildlife officials say Indiana is seeing an influx of snowy owls, an all-white raptor native to the Arctic that's rarely seen south of Lake Michigan.
The DNR recently sold the rights to a company to log about 1,700 trees in the forest near Nashville.
A group of activists is asking Governor Eric Holcomb to stop future logging in the back country area of Yellowwood State Forest.
According to a new report, efforts to reduce nutrient pollution are proceeding at a "painfully slow" pace.
The Natural Resources Commission gave preliminary approval to a wildlife related rule package that includes a hunting and trapping season for the animals.
The DNR is waiving entrance fees at state parks and state forest recreation areas Saturday in recognition of National Public Lands Day.