Congressman Trey Hollingsworth (R-09) told an Indianapolis radio host getting people back to work is the lesser of “two evils” compared with having people continue to socially distance during the pandemic.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton denies Schooner Creek Farm’s allegation that its Frist Amendment rights were violated at the city’s farmers' market.
A federal judge deals a major blow to the owner of an exotic animal sanctuary in southern Indiana.
An organization that helps victims of domestic violence in Central Indiana says it’s seeing an increase in calls for help since the state has been under a stay at home order.
Dozens of homes and businesses were damaged in Central Indiana, and thousands were left without power Wednesday night into Thursday.
Since the middle of March, inmates entering the Monroe County Jail in Bloomington have been monitored for any signs of sickness.
Patton says he’s making viruses in his lab that will eventually become “vaccine candidates" for the coronavirus.
Under the “Speedy Trial Act” federal law allows the court system to suspend jury trials if public supersedes the defendant’s right to a speedy trial.
The owner of a non-profit wildlife sanctuary in Charlestown, Ind. is facing more legal trouble.
Senator Todd Young says President Trump’s hope to re-open the country’s economy by Easter is a “stretch goal.”