Lawmakers debated two proposals that would provide civil rights protections for the LGBT community at the statehouse this week. But few people on either side of the issue are fully supportive of the proposals.
Author: Barbara Brosher
Construction of I-69 from Crane to Bloomington is nearing completion and as the route heads northward – more opposition.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says the invasive species has been discovered in Salt Creek, just below the Lake Monroe Dam. How likely is it they’ll make their way into the lake?
The new and improved Hoosier State Line is up and running between Indianapolis and Chicago. We board the line to see if the train actually delivers on its promise to provide more amenities and better service.
Should the Notre Dame Police Department have to turn over police records tied to its student athletes? ESPN is seeking the records and the company has the backing of Indiana’s attorney general as it appeals a judge’s ruling.
An 81-year-old man travels to the top of the Monroe County Courthouse every week to make sure the city of Bloomington runs on time.
The story of a recovering addict and a recovering community coming to grips with the long-term implications of the worst HIV outbreak in Indiana’s history.
Indiana has led the nation for the past two years in methamphetamine busts. And, it’s not just the people using the drug who are at risk.
Statistics show recidivism rates drop when prisoners get more contact with their families. But the cost of sending emails or making phone calls when you’re behind bars is expensive.
Several incumbents throughout South-Central Indiana were defeated in the May 5 primary.