Monroe County had been without a covered bridge since 1976, but has one again after salvaging one from storage in Shelby County.
Only about eight acres in Bloomington, accounting for less than 1 percent of the city, are available to adult bookstores, movie theaters, novelty stores and similar businesses.
Three hotel projects finished last year have added about 420 rooms to the city’s tourism industry. And at least 260 more are on the way by 2017’s end.
After years of a growing Indiana University student population dominating downtown housing, Bloomington city planners believe diversification is possible through the employees who “live, work and play” in the Certified Technology Park.
Mark White's newest invention is a 3D board game called "Mutation," a clicking, clacking puzzle ball. It's best described as tic-tac-toe on the surface of a sphere.
A GE Appliances spokeswoman says a $161 million investment announced three years ago was never made at a southern Indiana refrigerator factory where 160 jobs are now being cut.
Universities are the hubs of the world’s knowledge economy, but they typically aren’t the smartest business operators in the world. Brad Wheeler, chief information officer at Indiana University in Bloomington, is working to change that.
Indiana University divers searching the site of a 1725 shipwreck found the booty and other artifacts including musket balls and ceramics. The discovery was introduced to the public Tuesday at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
A federal highway administrator says no one can stop the state from building a hotly debated section of the Interstate 69 extension in southern Indiana without using federal money.
Former Indiana University President John W. Ryan, who oversaw the creation of two regional IU campuses during his 16-year tenure and had a hand in the university's development spanning 50 years, died early Saturday at age 81, school officials said.
Official figures released Tuesday show that 109,445 students enrolled at IU's eight campuses during fall semester. That's a 2.1 percent increase over last year's mark of 107,160 students, and the third consecutive year that enrollment has topped 100,000.
In the last 10 years, Indiana’s major research universities—Indiana and Purdue—have nearly doubled their
science-based research budgets, to a total of $895 million. Yet Indiana’s public universities still run in the middle
of the pack nationally.