Contaminants are winding their way from farm runoff into streams and rivers and into the Mississippi River that have created a dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico. But a conservation effort in Indiana may show a fix to this dilemma.
The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico is still recovering from the strongest earthquake to hit the country in a century. The epicenter of the damage occurred on the main route that Central American migrants travel on to the US, complicating their journey north.
South Bend was once a thriving center of industry, but has suffered a 60-year decline. Today, civic leaders are looking to leave their history of manufacturing behind, by literally rebuilding it.
More Indiana factory jobs that President Trump tried to save are heading for Mexico.
Donald Trump often boasted that he’d stop American companies from shipping jobs out of the country. Now he's doing that. But at what cost?
There’s long been a hesitation by blue collar workers to train for a new career. But put yourself in the shoes of a manufacturing worker in his 40s or 50s.
We’ve all heard the promises. But will Trump follow through?
In a response to Patel's appeal, the state's attorney general argues that her precedent-setting convictions are “in keeping with Indiana’s well-established interest in protecting unborn human life.”
There were two school shootings reported on Friday — and there hasn't been a single calendar week in the past three years without a school shooting. This Indiana school thinks it has the answer for keeping its students safe.
The "thousand-year" flood that hit the Carolinas earlier this week is just the latest in a string of extraordinary rain events in the US and around the world. And while the details differ, they fit into a pattern directly linked to climate change.
In a case that caught the world's attention earlier this year, a jury convicted 34-year-old Purvi Patel and sentenced her to 46 years in prison — of which she's currently serving 20. The jurors in South Bend, Indiana, found her guilty of both feticide — fatally harming her unborn child — and child neglect, leaving the child to die after birth. In filing an appeal, her new legal team says there's not enough evidence to justify that conviction, and that her charges should be reversed.