Eating healthy and gardening with a purpose are the focus of Farm to Fork, a free community lunch-and-learn event in April at Ivy Tech Community College.
Charges have been filed against two men accused of committing multiple burglaries in Ripley County.
Two local teenage boys have taken it upon themselves to start raising animals at their very own farm.
Indiana’s population growth remained stagnant in 2016.
A new public-private organization is preparing to become a one-stop shop for economic development in Dearborn County.
Wildlife habitat near corn ethanol refineries has been destroyed at a fast pace since a federal law was passed to produce more biofuels.
UPDATE: The crash scene has been cleared on I-275 eastbound at Petersburg.
An Indiana Senate committee gave its approval on a religion in schools bill, but not before stripping it of a requirement that would have required public school assemblies to include student-led prayer.
Two tri-state area Republicans have very different views on the American Healthcare Act supported by President Donald Trump and U.S. House leadership.
The state’s drug epidemic and sentencing modification laws are being credited with overcrowding a southeast Indiana jail.