Indiana Public Broadcasting News

When birds run into airplanes, it’s not just bad for the animals. It can also cost airlines money and make passengers fear for their safety. A study from Purdue University says certain colored lights could be part of the solution.

The state’s top education official announced Monday that she will not seek a second term, meaning the next person to hold the office could be appointed by the governor.

Projected High Yields, Tariffs Challenge Hoosier Farmers

Sep 26, 2018

The United States Department of Agriculture projects record yields for Indiana farmers this year.  But demand has fallen, in part because of Chinese tariffs on U.S. corn and soybeans, so farms’ cash flow could be limited.

Indiana Records First West Nile Virus Deaths

Sep 25, 2018

Indiana recorded its first two deaths from the West Nile Virus this week. One is in Marion County and one in Grant County.

Marion County health officials say the county hasn’t had a death from the virus that is carried by mosquitoes since 2012. 

The Marion County Health Department offers these tips to reduce the risk of becoming infected.

School reviews in Indiana are changing again this year as part of the state’s renewed approach to school improvement.

Each year the state reviews schools with at least two years of failing letter grades, to look at different aspects of a school’s operations and figure out how they can improve. 

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