INDOT asked a former contractor to either repave a stretch of Indiana highway that’s prematurely deteriorating or reimburse the state more than $5 million.
A chip card system like the one Europe and Africa have used for a decade is now in effect in the U.S. as of Thursday.
One of the drug task force’s initial recommendations urged the state to seek broader Medicaid coverage for drug treatment.
Bartholomew County’s moratorium on CAFOs expired in August, but the issue of zoning has yet to be resolved.
The game is expected to draw one of the four largest crowds in IU football history.
The female died from apparent stab wounds and was an IU student.
What more can be done to keep water safe from invasive fish. What went wrong with funding allocation to charter schools. And the catacombs in Indianapolis.
If Asian carp make their way into Bloomington's Lake Monroe, the options for getting rid of them would be limited.
Overnight lane closures on State Road 37 between Kinser Pike and Connaught Road will begin on Monday and last until Oct. 9.
Ballots in seven different districts will include school-related referenda questions this fall.
Thousands of people visit Indianapolis’ City Market each day, but how many know exactly what is below their feet?