New York man, “God” sue EPA to tighten restrictions on pesticide use
A New York man filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, claiming that God commanded him to do so.
Indiana Environmental Reporter to host high school journalism contest
IER will host a high school journalism contest, inviting students from around the state to submit news features about environmental issues impacting their communities.
Advocacy Groups Threaten to Sue Indiana Steel Mill Company for Federal Water Quality Violations
Six Indiana institutions awarded Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence
The Governor's Awards for Environmental Excellence were given to honor Indiana initiatives that went above and beyond to protect the environment in 2018.
New nature preserve approved in Indiana
An 84-acre tract in northeastern Indiana known for its biodiversity has been approved by the state of Indiana as a state nature preserve.
Hoosiers Strike for Climate Change
Indiana health officials warn against EEE virus from mosquito bites
Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus has been detected in three horses and one group of mosquitos in Elkhart County, state health officials report.
FEMA officials arrested on fraud charges after stealing Hurricane Maria relief funds
Three individuals have been arrested on charges of disaster fraud, accused of stealing more than $1.8 billion in disaster relief funds that were intended to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s power grid.