Few things have gone as planned in this star-crossed season for the Colts. But Gus Bradley's defense has been one of the rare bright spots.
A look at upcoming college and pro games of local interest.
No. 5 Southern California capped its outstanding regular season under new coach Lincoln Riley by staying firmly in the College Football Playof…
Mackenzie Holmes continued her strong play in the Las Vegas Invitational with 27 points and five rebounds. She led No. 6 Indiana to a 79-64 vi…
Iconic Lapel boys basketball coach Jimmie Howell further burnished his legend Saturday when the school named its court in his honor.
The Madison County Historical Society and Museum of Madison County History will host their third annual Holiday BookFest from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m…
Continuing a tradition that has been a staple on the city's calendar for 40 years, volunteers gathered Thursday to provide a Thanksgiving dinn…
Lawyers for an Indianapolis doctor who provided an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio told a judge Friday that Indiana’s attorney…
Voices echoed off the marble walls of the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday, bouncing around the stained glass rotunda as newly elected and reelected…
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Join host Emma Keith in exploring the criminal justice system that convicted and sentenced Rebecca Hogue, a Norman, Oklahoma mother found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her son.
With each step hikers take along the trails of Indiana’s state forests, they’re coming closer than they realize to a vast microbial network that some scientists believe could play a vital role in mitigating the effects of climate change.
Climatologists have long believed that ocean waters warmed by Earth’s changing climate are fueling bigger, more severe and more frequent storms like Hurricane Ian. They are less united in their conclusions about what that could mean — in both the short term and for decades to come — for weather-dependent industries like agriculture in the Midwest.
As concerns mount over global warming and its underlying causes, climate activists have taken their message to college campuses across the country. Increasingly, they’re appealing to universities’ research budgets and investments in an effort to curb the influence fossil fuel companies have in those areas.
Government agencies, state-regulated utilities and advocacy groups have for years been grappling with the challenge of building out an infrastructure that will meet the needs of a burgeoning EV market while not overtaxing the nation’s electrical grid.
In addition to providing billions for research and development and workforce expansion in the advanced manufacturing and technology sector, legislation currently working its way through Congress could also help local training programs keep their student pipelines open.
For many highway officials in Indiana, the chore of maintaining more than 200,000 miles of paved roads around the state is a seemingly perpetual process of planning, proposing and paving. A new soy-based concrete sealant may also make it an environmentally beneficial task.
With environmental groups continuing to pressure utilities to develop and adopt cleaner and more cost-effective technologies for generating and delivering energy to the nation’s power grid, a joint research project based in Indiana may offer a road map for utilizing nuclear energy as part of a “green portfolio.”
A recent report which found that nearly three-quarters of Indiana’s waterways are unsafe for recreational use raises valid concerns, but some environmental advocates say it lacks important context.
Smog may be commonly thought of as an air pollution problem confined largely to big cities like Los Angeles, but environmental regulators contend it’s a continuing threat in the Midwest.
The Herald Bulletin highlights boys' baseball players from across the coverage area as teams conclude their 2022 season.
The Herald Bulletin highlights boys' and girls' spring sports athletes from across the coverage area.
The Herald Bulletin highlights girls' softball players from across the coverage area as teams begin their 2022 season.
It's time to vote for the best food, venues and people of Madison County. Meet your Best of Madison County 2022 finalists.
The Herald Bulletin highlights boys' basketball players from across the coverage area as teams begin their 2021-2022 season.
The Herald Bulletin highlights top senior wrestlers from across the coverage area as teams begin their seasons.
The Herald Bulletin highlights girls basketball players from across the coverage area as teams begin their 2021-2022 season.
Feel the excitement as The Herald Bulletin previews the 2021-2022 boys and girls high school basketball season.
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