4H members who are showing animals at this week’s Monroe County Fair are once again grappling with extreme heat.
Several Martin County cabin owners got a startling letter from the state Department of Natural Resouces saying they have to move or face a steep fine.
Amtrak officials say Indiana is jumping ship on the Hoosier State Line before it has a chance to be successful.
The company announced Friday a new warehouse will be built that will produce vials, syringes and cartridges.
Calls for the city of Bloomington to remove a farmer’s market vendor with alleged ties to white supremacy are growing.
For the second consecutive weekend, severe thunderstorms rolled through South Central Indiana.
The Greene County Commission applied for FEMA money to help dozens of residents affected by an EF-2 tornado that ravaged the county Saturday.
The frequent rain over the past week in Southern Indiana is exacerbating the already high waters at Lake Monroe.
Nolan Brewer, a self-described white supremacist, pleaded guilty to vandalizing a synagogue in Carmel last year. He told agents he communicated with Sarah Dye, a Brown County woman who has a booth at the Bloomington market.
A controversial petting zoo will reopen in Brown County June 19th.