Brian Rockensuess said his goal as IDEM chief is to "continue to make great strides in environmental protection throughout the state while improving efficiencies within the agency."
More than two out of every five restaurants in Indiana are at danger of closing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a Ball State University study found.
PNW's concurrent enrollment program, offering college credit to high school students, recently received reaccreditation through the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships.
Ball State, IU and Purdue have all announced changes to spring commencement in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's where Indiana colleges and universities stand on spring graduation:
A Ball State University economist projects Indiana's 3.1% unemployment rate could soar to 10% over the next six weeks, and approach 15% by mid-June.
Ivy Tech is the latest in a growing list of higher education institutions extending is virtual learning in an effort to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Here's what students need to know about course changes:
Purdue University's West Lafayette and Northwest campuses plan to extend online learning through the end of the spring semester. PNW officials say the university is unlikely to put on an in-person commencement ceremony this spring.
Despite Ball State canceling in-person classes, a 22-year-old from Muncie was among the crowd taking advantage of cheap flights during the coronavirus pandemic.
IU, Purdue, Notre Dame and more are suspending in-person classes following spring breaks as concern grows for spread of COVID-19.
Nominees for Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana shared personal stories of death, coming out, loss of a parent and feelings of worthlessness Thursday at the Duneland Falls Banquet Center.
IU is taking its next steps toward becoming a "test-optional" university — meaning students may no longer need to provide their SAT or ACT scores to apply for classes on IU campuses. More on what that means for prospective students here
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Counseling helps parents of depressed teens
INDIANAPOLIS — More students are graduating from Indiana public colleges and completing their education on-time.
State government spent $410.5 million less than it took in during the 2019 budget year that ended June 30, prompting Gov. Eric Holcomb to deci…
Michelle Duffy of Cedar Lake doesn’t believe the negative stereotypes about today’s younger generations. As a teacher at Hanover Central High …
It’s the summer after his senior year, but Whiting High School graduate Ethan Harbin is staying busy.
MUNCIE, Ind. — Ball State University has named its architecture school for a trustee who died in a plane crash in November.
Illinois lawmakers appear to finally have reached the elusive compromise that long has prevented the state from seriously threatening Northwes…
ST. JOHN — One St. John native asked people across the nation, “When was the last time you thanked a journalist?"
This semester, I joined Ball State University’s Department of Journalism as its first professor of diversity and media. It’s no secret in the …
VALPARAISO — A two-day audit to evaluate the accuracy of Porter County's 2018 election results got underway Thursday morning.
Developing an economy “built to last” is hard work.
VALPARAISO — The first official response to November's trouble-ridden general election was not as exciting as FBI agents carrying boxes of bal…