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Before Herman B Wells took charge of IU as president in 1938, the University was a small midwestern college with just 11,000 students.
Before Herman B Wells took charge of IU, the University was just a small Midwestern college with 11,000 students. By the time he died in 2000, it had become a world-renowned institution with more than 90,000 students on eight campuses.
Tuesday is Primary Day in Indiana. Here's what you need to know.
A new coalition of agencies and associations will work to curb official corruption in the state.
After being asked for bids by the Republicans and Democrats,
Indianapolis won’t be the host city of a national political party
convention in 2016.
Bloomington celebrated Workers’ Memorial Day by dedicating the latest in
a series of development efforts to turn Building and Trades Park into a
memorial for local workers, particularly those who have been injured or
killed on the job.
This year's primary election campaigns are underway, but on-campus
organizations must navigate policies as they seek
votes for candidates.
Gov. Mike Pence's travels to Germany resulted in about $5 million in investments from German companies.
A judge temporarily ordered Indiana to recognize the marriage between two Indiana women who
were married in Massachusetts.
Incumbent Rep. Todd Young, R-9th District, and challenger Bill
Bailey have raised and spent more than the other five
candidates running for the seat.
Todd Young and Dan Coats will have office hours in Bloomington in the coming weeks to meet with constituents.
Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., has been one of the loudest voices in
Washington, D.C., opposing Russia’s military actions in the disputed
Crimea territory. On Wednesday, Coats introduced his latest effort on this front — a bill
that would prevent the U.S. from recognizing Russian sovereignty in
Called the Save American Workers Act, the bill seeks to raise the ACA’s
definition of full-time employment to 40 hours
Indiana has set a goal to recycle half of all municipal waste.
Using standards that aren’t aligned with other states could mean that
many resources such as teaching materials and standardized tests won’t be applicable.
Here are the four biggest things that happened — or didn’t happen — in the 2014 legislative session in Indiana.
Long hours are common for Monroe County and Bloomington plow drivers, especially during record-setting winters like this one.
This week's bills to watch: electronic delivery of insurance documents and government reductions to a variety of state programs.
New Lifeline Law legislation grants increased immunity from prosecution for underage individuals under the influence who report
medical emergencies or crimes they witness.
The Indiana Senate signed off on a controversial bill Tuesday that would
institute random drug testing among certain recipients of social welfare