Self-driving cars are still years away. But the technology that will make them work is on the ground in Indiana.
Drainage, lighting, fencing, landscaping and shoulder improvements of I-69 Section 5 from Bloomington to Martinsville will continue through the end of the year.
According to Indiana University Bloomington officials, this year’s freshman class is the largest ever and includes students from 44 states and all 92 Indiana counties.
Most of the incoming freshmen at Indiana University Bloomington are expected to arrive on campus Tuesday and Wednesday.
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.
State officials say they’ll know next week if they can meet their Aug. 31 substantial completion deadline for I-69 Section 5.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation has seen a drastic increase in bus drivers since last school year and now has a fully staffed driver pool.
A 71-year-old railroad locomotive has been donated to the Wabash Valley Railroad Museum in western Indiana.
Law enforcement will close eastbound and westbound lanes for about 15 to 30 minutes at a time, starting at 9 p.m.
Residents collaborated with developers to provide feedback on the proposed East 3rd Street redevelopment project.
Bloomington Transit will no longer be providing its night owl bus service starting August 20.