- Indiana's unusual green dragon plant has a fervent following Updated: Jul-04-15 12:58 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - The name sounds like a kind of craft beer, or maybe a species of lizard. Actually, it's an unusual species of plant that has its own following in Indiana and elsewhere.
- Indiana biologist spots bird usually found in South America Updated: Jul-02-15 8:04 am
LOOGOOTEE, Indiana - A bird biologist says she spotted a bird in southern Indiana that's usually found thousands of miles away in South America.
- New Indiana map boasts high-resolution, full-color details Updated: Jul-01-15 3:47 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - The Indiana Geological Survey has published a new high-resolution state map created using some of the latest techniques in digital technology.
- Judge won't rule on venue change until jury selection Updated: Jun-30-15 4:05 am
NASHVILLE, Indiana - A judge says she'll wait until jury selection to decide whether to move the trial of a Bloomington man charged with murder in the fatal beating an Indiana University student.
- Campers in Indiana learn about science at Marble Hill Farm Updated: Jun-29-15 9:26 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Hiking through a field, dodging cow droppings and carrying cowbells and clipboards, Kaitlyn White and Tina Patton, both 14, were practicing their moos as they followed Angus beef cattle at Marble Hill Farm.
- 7 selected for Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame Updated: Jun-26-15 3:25 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Longtime Jasper Herald editor John Rumbach and Indianapolis Star editorial cartoonist Gary Varvel are among seven people who will be inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame as its 50th anniversary class.
- Unlimited imagination shown by kids attending inventors camp Updated: Jun-26-15 9:19 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Old plastic bottles, CDs, plastic light bulb covers and cardboard pizza boxes. Egg cartons, chunks of Styrofoam, rubber bands and buttons in all shapes, sizes and colors.
- Numerous construction projects planned at Indiana University Updated: Jun-25-15 3:08 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Work is almost complete on the $53 million School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University and it's just one of more than a dozen construction projects on the school's docket.
- Bloomington looks to protect courthouse square buildings Updated: Jun-23-15 11:29 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - City officials in Bloomington are considering a move to prevent buildings around the Monroe County Courthouse square being demolished by designating it as a local historic district.
- Excavation to take place at Bloomington square for new plaza Updated: Jun-22-15 7:47 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Anthropology and archaeology researchers are overseeing an excavation at the county courthouse square in Bloomington as part of work to put in a new plaza.
- Indiana boots top tackler off football team after arrest Updated: Jun-17-15 7:00 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Indiana University kicked starting safety Antonio Allen off the football team Wednesday after his arrest on drug-dealing charges.
- Breast-milk pumping at work is legal, but needs more support Updated: Jun-17-15 9:06 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Margie Schrader did it in her office. Kirstin Milks did it in her classroom. Jami Hamman did it in her cubicle. And Jean Bauer did it wherever she could find a lockable door.
- Coloring books give adults a chance to escape stress Updated: Jun-15-15 9:28 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Tracey Forrest loves to color.
- Monroe County to get 1st covered bridge in 4 decades Updated: Jun-14-15 5:13 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Monroe County will get its first covered bridge in four decades when it rebuilds a historic span that stood near Shelbyville for 90 years.
- IU Kelley School gets $300K for Palestinian economic growth Updated: Jun-12-15 4:10 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - The U.S. State Department has awarded a $300,000 grant to support Palestinian economic development through business consulting and support provided by students at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
- Typo corrected on Ernie Pyle statue at Indiana University Updated: Jun-11-15 10:47 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Ernie Pyle's statue has filed a correction.
- No sleeping in for teen preparing livestock for county fair Updated: Jun-11-15 9:29 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Every day, rain or shine, Lizbeth Funkhouser gets up early, pulls on rubber boots, hops a fence and dodges cow droppings as she walks across a grassy field to feed her cattle and pig.
- Man gets 55 months in Bloomington concrete scam Updated: Jun-10-15 3:11 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - A Bedford man has been sentenced to 55 months in federal prison for a scheme to embezzle more than $440,000 from the city of Bloomington through false concrete contracts.
- Indiana hires new strength coach for basketball program Updated: Jun-10-15 11:12 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Indiana University has hired Lyonel Anderson as its head strength and conditioning coach for basketball.
- IU alums have until June 29 to cast ballots for trustee Updated: Jun-10-15 6:22 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Alumni of Indiana University have until June 29 to cast their votes for the next school trustee.
- IU Greek houses struggle with health violations Updated: Jun-08-15 2:35 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Health inspection reports show that fraternity and sorority houses at Indiana University are struggling to keep their kitchens clean.
- Elementary school students try to tackle world problems Updated: Jun-08-15 9:14 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - It was hard to hear Sasha Davis, sixth-grade teacher at Clear Creek Elementary School, speak over the sound of students. The sixth-graders were talking about such issues as saving people from Ebola, purifying water in Iran and bringing education to girls in sub-Saharan Africa.
- Mark Cuban's gift to provide Hoosiers with new video center Updated: Jun-05-15 6:18 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - As Mark Cuban looked for ways to help the Dallas Mavericks gain a competitive advantage in the NBA, the Indiana University graduate thought his alma mater should get in on the ground floor.