- Indiana bobcat hit by car is released following recovery Updated: May-25-16 11:19 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - A bobcat kitten struck by a car last fall has been released back into the wild following months of recovery at a wildlife center.
- Bloomington seeing more bee swarms Updated: May-24-16 5:01 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - The swarms that are being talked about by Bloomington area folks have nothing to do with the mobile app that shares users' locations on social networks, even though a lot of the posts have been on Facebook.
- Owen County shelter seeks public support to care for 70 dogs Updated: May-22-16 4:46 pm
SPENCER, Indiana - An Owen County animal shelter is seeking public support to help care for 70 malnourished dogs seized from a rural property.
- Contractor addressing sunken area along I-69 extension Updated: May-18-16 12:07 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - A state contractor is working to shore up a sunken area along a segment of the Interstate 69 extension where work was complicated by the region's terrain.
- Test jurors to gauge publicity in slaying of IU student Updated: May-16-16 5:29 pm
NASHVILLE, Indiana - Lawyers will question 25 to 30 test jurors to determine if an impartial jury can be seated for the trial of a Bloomington man accused of killing an Indiana University student, a judge ruled Monday.
- Stable offers horseback riding for all skill levels Updated: May-16-16 5:03 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - On its surface, the history Crimson Stables has built upon is a lot like the history of other equine training centers. It's a storied, 30-year old facility with a 30-year old Hanoverian to match. The head trainers's boots are high, black and shiny. She's vetted in the English style and trained in the pastures of Kentucky. At one time, the stables even operated under the ostentatious brand, Devonshire.
- Bloomington nursery specializes in plants native to Indiana Updated: May-15-16 5:16 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - A Bloomington business has opened what its owners say is southern Indiana's first nursery that exclusively sells plants and trees native to the state.
- Indianapolis couple donates $15M to IU Art Museum Updated: May-12-16 2:20 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - An Indianapolis real estate developer and his wife have donated $15 million and a collection of prints, etchings and drawings by masters such as Salvador Dali to the Indiana University Art Museum.
- Youngsters connect with outdoor learning at Lake Monroe Updated: May-10-16 5:01 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Last Thursday, shouts of excitement echoed across the field and down to the waters of Lake Monroe as 207 fifth-grade students filed out of yellow school buses and down the path to the shelter house at Hardin Ridge Recreation Area. The students, from four Bedford schools, were beginning a different day of education as part of the Kids Unplugged program hosted by the Hoosier National Forest.
- IU fires lecturer over alleged sexual assault of student Updated: May-09-16 1:19 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Indiana University has fired a senior lecturer in the Jacobs School of Music for allegedly sexually assaulting a student.
- Hands-on learning prepares high schoolers for the future Updated: May-05-16 5:01 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Deadheading a flower, Zoe Conrad demonstrated, is similar to snapping your fingers.
- IU grant to help preserve rare Orson Welles radio recordings Updated: May-04-16 10:52 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Indiana University has won a $25,000 grant to help with its push to preserve recordings of famed director Orson Welles' radio broadcasts, including some long believed to have been lost.
- HUD awards over $428K for local Indiana homeless programs Updated: May-03-16 5:58 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $428,000 in grants to five local homeless housing and service programs across Indiana.
- Southwestern Indiana counties hope to spur I-69 development Updated: May-01-16 12:48 pm
EVANSVILLE, Indiana - Officials in two southwestern Indiana counties are hoping to spur development along the Interstate 69 extension by installing infrastructure along its exits to attract businesses that so far haven't followed the partially built interstate.
- Shall I compare thee to a carburetor? Indy 500 gets a poet Updated: Apr-28-16 1:30 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana University student who is a poet and a performer has been named the Indianapolis 500's first official poet since the early 20th century.
- Indiana's oldest known bald eagle recovering from injury Updated: Apr-27-16 6:04 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - After almost 28 years living in the wild, a bald eagle that was part of a reintroduction program at Lake Monroe is recovering in a Nashville-area rehabilitation center.
- Human remains found in Bloomington industrial area Updated: Apr-26-16 4:38 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Authorities in Bloomington are investigating a set of human remains that were found in a field on the city's southwest side.