Nov 30, 2013
Fort Wayne's rivers : In 2017, a $150 million, seven-mile-long, deep-tunnel project will allow the city to end the discharge of wastewater into the rivers during rainstorms and thus bring the city into compliance with federal clean-water rules.
Turner setting herself apart on the hardwood
The Kentucky Premier AAU team has put a number of players in the collegiate ranks and has another young star headed that way in 6'2 forward prospect Morgan Turner.
WNDU-TV South Bend
Indiana recognizes 65 "Tree Cities"
Sixty-five Hoosier cities and towns have each been recognized as a Tree City USA by the DNR Division of Forestry for outstanding management of their urban forests.
The Indianapolis Star
Tornado damaged forest showing new signs of life
CLARK STATE FOREST, Ind. -- A year after a tornado packing 170-mph winds cut down trees like a weed eater, the Clark State Forest in Southern Indiana is showing signs of life -- and a small windfall.