The Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market will resume in its normal downtown location Saturday following a two-week suspension. But, it’s unlikely to be business as usual.
Most of the cemeteries Hoosiers are familiar with are large and well-established, containing acres of headstones. But there are more than 12,000 cemeteries in Indiana, and you might be surprised by where you’ll find some of them. They can be as small as just one headstone, and many are in hard-to-reach locations. As funding for cemetery […]
The Hoosier State Line will make its final trip from Indianapolis to Chicago on Sunday. It’s ending after Governor Eric Holcomb eliminated $3 million in annual funding for the route from the two-year state budget that starts July 1.
As Bloomington tries to increase the number of units for low-income families, the business community says there’s another population that’s struggling. We look at why so many middle-income earners are also hurting for housing.
A Bloomington man who was imprisoned in Venezuela for five years says he’s taking things one day at a time now that he’s back in Indiana.
A large coalition of consumer advocacy, non-profit and religious groups is calling on state legislators to scrap a controversial short-term lending bill.
The state is trying to figure out why fewer people are passing Indiana’s bar exam. The number hit an all-time low last February, when only 51 percent of all takers passed. A study commission is looking into what could be contributing to the problem in Indiana, and whether the state needs to make changes.
An increasing number of cities and states are adopting regulations for the sale and planting of bamboo. Certain types are actually considered invasive, and can quickly spread to multiple properties.
Police seized millions of dollars last year they say was tied to criminal activity. But what happens to that money is a source of major controversy. Ahead in part two of our series on civil forfeiture, we’ll explain where the money goes – and why some say that needs to change. READ MORE
Should police be able to take a $42,000 car because they say someone used it to transport a few hundred dollars worth of drugs? It’s a case the nation’s highest court will decide, and it started in Grant County. READ MORE