We look into the sudden increase of vaping deaths. Recent changes to Indiana law are making it easier for prosecutors to crack down on animal abusers. And more on the history of the Jordan River.
Indiana State University is paying for the cost of each "tiny home." Students will build them in a warehouse and then a crane will move the homes to a vacant lot near Chase and 14th streets.
Indiana transportation officials are removing a traffic signal and changing access to the Martinsville Walmart Supercenter retail area early Saturday morning.
What the city is looking for in a casino operator, new jail renderings are out, next year's budget is submitted, Tiny Homes are being planned, and a new city marketing effort hopes to keep the city's population from decreasing.
The future of Spencer's annual Pride festival could be in jeopardy. Poor Handmaids from Indiana traveled more than a thousand miles to see the border crisis firsthand. And large works of art are on display as part of Exhibit Columbus.
The Hoosiers open their 60th season at Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon. Here’s four new things to look for during IU’s contest with Eastern Illinois.
The more than $8 million project lies between the Second and Third Street bridges that cross the East Fork of the White River.
The city is submitting permits to regulatory agencies to continue development of the riverfront, Exhibit Columbus is in full swing, and it's budget time.
The ACLU of Indiana is filing a lawsuit against the Monroe County Sheriff for hiding Facebook comments critical of the department's enforcement of federal immigration law.
The state’s new ILEARN exam is testing the patience of parents and educators. The complicated relationship between Indiana University and the City of Bloomington. And a Brown County photographer making history.