A forest tract in rural southern Indiana has been designated as the state's newest nature preserve.
Some residents question whether the hunt is necessary and have called for a deer count before bringing sharpshooters to the area.
A state commission has approved a new nature preserve in a section of central Indiana shaped by glaciers during the last ice age.
An agreement specifies the land near Turkey Run State Park will remain in private hands and won't be open to the public.
With the addition of Meltzer Forest, Indiana has 50,000 acres of old growth forest in the nature preserve system.
Avoid S.R. 37 southbound between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. between Martinsville and Bloomington and a new nature preserve protects some of the state's oldest trees.
After waiting for three years, a Syrian refugee family was set to resettle in Indy before Governor Pence barred Syrian refugees from settling in Indiana.
The 31 acres located on N. State Road 37 are being incorporated into the Beanblossom Creek Bicentennial Conservation Area.
A piece of land north of Martinsville that could have been developed is open to the public as a nature preserve.
The J.D. Marshall Nature Preserve includes a ship that sank in 1911 as well as the 100 acres of water surrounding it.