The Indiana Department of Education says the decision to resume testing was made based upon assurances made by the company which administers the test.
A preschool program bill passed committee, but fizzled with an amendment that included a series of changes and no direct funding for a statewide program.
Marion County‘s Democratic officeholders have been fighting a bill expanding the powers of Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard.
Planned Parenthood is planning a legal challenge to the measure, which regulates Indiana clinics that provide drug-induced abortions.
To make up for two days of suspended testing, the state is extending the testing window an extra three days.
The Indianapolis Power and Light Company plant is expected to be complete by 2017.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management was letting ethanol plants in the state release more than two times EPA-allowed emissions.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association Board of Directors has approved the new rule.
Most notably, the Hispanic population has soared in the past decade, and experts expect it will continue to rise.
The bill's author says it will help veterans receive jobs training and reduce the veteran unemployment rate.
The Indiana Soybean Alliance plans to study whether building a facility to produce fish feed would be economically viable in Indiana.
After a naturalization ceremony in Indianapolis the immigrants in attendance look forward to enjoying the benefits of being legal citizens of the United States.
Brown County could receive up to $600,000 more in transportation funding next year, but that is not enough to cover all the needed road maintenance.
Vigo County's request to reduce the number of students taking the ISTEP+ this year was denied.
State tax revenue and individual income tax revenues were up, while corporate income tax collections were down since last April.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan suggests this week’s glitches in Indiana, Oklahoma and Minnesota represent a learning opportunity.
From 2009 to 2012, the number of titles the state processed rose almost 9 percent.
An IU law school professor says states cannot put up a "substantial undue burden" for the patient seeking an abortion.
Three Indiana school corporations will ask voters this month to approve major construction projects.
Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) has pushed for legislation the past two years requiring welfare recipients to be drug tested.
Indiana Criminal Justice Institute officials say about half the people involved in fatal motorcycle accidents do not have the proper license.
Suicides of Hoosiers aged 35-64 increased 54 percent from 1999 to 2010, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
After 46 years in business, the 24-hour Waffle House at the corner of 10th and College will close to make way for a new residential complex.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a leader in the world of neuroscience, says teenagers are susceptible to over-stimulation because of their developing brains.
The bones are of peccaries, pig-like animals that lived tens of thousands of years ago.
Former Indiana Governor Otis Bowen, who also served as the Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Ronald Reagan, died Saturday.
Police say the counterfeits may have taken advantage of busy times at stores when cashiers would not pay attention to the poorly-made fake bills.
Election officials plan to thoroughly review and clean up Indiana’s voter rolls on a statewide basis for the first time in seven years.
The project is estimated to take two years to complete.
The state’s Republican leaders remember Otis Bowen as the architect of some of the changes the party is still working to enact today.
As many as 53 percent of people under the age of 25 with bachelor’s degrees are unemployed or underemployed.
More than 520 students graduated with degrees in the science, technology, engineering or mathematics fields in 2011.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the U.S. should not send troops to Syria, but he says providing limited weapons to opposition fighters should be considered an option.
ACLU of Indiana Executive Director Jane Henegar says the organization has concerns regarding the way drones are used.
State school superintendent Glenda Ritz will ask the State Board of Education next month to make it a last-resort option for schools.
If voters in Starke County approve a 28-cent tax levy increase Tuesday, the district will get a safer, more secure administrative office.
Beekeepers continue to experience a decline because of "colony collapse disorder," a phenomena first identified in 2006.
The bill will provide up to $50,000 in matching grants for school districts seeking to boost security.
The suit alleges the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles overcharged Hoosiers for their driver's licenses.
Indiana‘s senior population now tops 800,000 people.
The unmanned-aircraft industry is adding jobs at a rate of about four-percent a year, and is expected to be a $94 billion industry in seven years.
The Signature School, a charter school, ranks number twelve on the list as one of America‘s Best High Schools.
Subaru is planning to invest more than $400 million in expanding its Lafayette plant.
The Metropolitan School District of Boone Township asked voters to approve a 23-cent tax levy increase per $100 of assessed valuation: 543 said yes, 547 said no
Indiana's attorney general and a group of bi-partisan lawmakers say new legislation will improve life for Hoosiers.
The governor has until Saturday to make decisions on 95 bills.
Health experts say numbers released Wednesday showing the base cost of health care services in a number of hospitals should be viewed carefully by consumers.
The EZID will save the hotel developer $3.5 million in taxes over 10 years.
The projected first phase of construction is set to begin in June and will cost an estimated $2.6 million.
But without additional help, the cash amounts to a drop in the bucket.
A new survey shows those who text and drive are 23 percent more likely to be involved in a crash.
Varying passage rates on the Algebra I End-of-Course Assessments underscore the difficulty in measuring a student's academic growth.
INDOT is spending $30 million on environmental mitigation in Section 4 of I-69, which runs from the Crane Naval Base to Bloomington.
Residents are concerned about the costs and designs proposed by two architectural firms; Perdue Architectural Design Studio and Miller Architects.
The proposal would create a "No Solicitation Zone" which would ban panhandling of any kind in downtown Indianapolis.
The law increases the maximum amount of a voucher, and guarantees eligibility to siblings of voucher students.
A small tornado reportedly touched down in Southern Vigo County at 8:24 Thursday night.
More than 100 people currently live in the former hotel, which is now owned by the Terre Haute Housing Authority
A new initiative is underway to encourage Hoosier elementary students to read more.
More than 1,500 digital parking meters, costing the city almost a $1 million, will be installed this summer.
There have been an unprecedented number of appeals by Bartholomew County residents over property taxes.
Glenda Ritz says once testing is completed, the state will begin looking at how to make the system more efficient.
Homeowners can compare their property tax bills to the rest of the state and nation
The bill creates a Motorsports Improvement Fund for loans for those businesses in the state including race tracks, race team owners, drivers and others.
A number of restaurant owners in downtown Columbus say communication from the Kristen Brown administration is a major reason they could not succeed.
Indianapolis Public Schools briefly halted online ISTEP+ testing Monday morning after a new “network issue” disrupted the exams.
Monsanto sued Indiana farmer Vernon Bowman for patent infringement in 2007. The Supreme Court ruled Monday that Bowman infringed on Monsanto's rights.
Relatives of one of the victims spoke to the media Monday.
Magnus Johnson created Elder Heart, a non-profit that will pay veterans to create public art.
Governor Mike Pence signed a bill that eliminates the at-large seats on the Indianapolis Marion County City-County Council.
The Indianapolis Marion County City-County Council approved a proposal which creates a study commission on the effects of the homestead tax credit.
There are only about 300 Mexican wolves left in the world.
The Supreme Court ruled that an Indiana farmer who used patented seed for more than one planting in violation of his licensing agreement is liable for damages.
Indiana law allows convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores to sell beer warm but not chilled.
All four people found dead in a Waynesville home this weekend were shot in the head, an autopsy report shows.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles suspended Indiana Youth Group, Indiana Greenways and 4-H Foundation license plates because the groups gave them away to donors.
Indiana’s high school graduation rate ticked upward in 2012 to 88.4 percent. Search this StateImpact Indiana database to find your school's rate.
A summer study committee will attempt to project how much the Department of Corrections will save once the new system is implemented.
At last count the Brown County Clerk’s office has verified 93 of the 216 signatures it has received from registered voters.
Officials are working on guidelines to spot those students while they are still in high school.
Federal prosecutors say David Wyser took a campaign contribution as a reward for the early release of a woman convicted of murder-for-hire.
More than a hundred bodies were found in a rural Texas county last year, but the local cemetery has no more room to bury the bodies.
One third of all Hoosier high school graduates need to take at least one remedial course, and some say that is unacceptable.
The state has created a new form patients will fill out to indicate their wishes for health care. The form will be used at any facility the patient visits.
About 30 percent of Indiana corn crop was planted as of Monday, an agriculture report indicates.
Bloomington officials say residents must take measures to protect their trees against the invasive beetle before it is too late.
Brown County Schools maps show which school students from Nashville Elementary must attend next school year.
Ball State officials say the schools did not meet the standards set out in their own charters.
Forty rallies will be held across the U.S., including ones in Kokomo and Fort Wayne.
The recommendation means new phone numbers would have a different area code, while existing numbers would keep the 812 code.
About 86 percent of Indiana third graders passed a statewide reading exam in March that will allow them to advance to fourth grade.
Alzheimer’s and dementia patient advocates say new legislation will help ensure law enforcement know how to deal with that growing segment of the population.
An Indiana wind farm is working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to develop a plan aimed at reducing turbine-related deaths of the Indiana bat.
Finances, economic development and legislation passed in the last session of the General Assembly are topics at the meeting.
A report from The National Institute on Money in State Politics give Indiana a failing grade for disclosure of money spent by outside groups for political ads.
A bill in Congress would prevent top military commanders from handling cases that involve their subordinates.
The state’s attorney general says he is prepared to defend a new law aimed at stopping the sale of synthetic drugs if it is challenged in court.
The interactive display is located in the ISU College of Education
Indiana added 6,800 private sector jobs in April, according to the monthly unemployment report.
Common Core implementation was paused after opponents of the standards pushed a bill through the Indiana General Assembly, but what happens next is unclear.
Nearly 8 percent of inmates at the Marion County Jail reported being sexually abused by a jail staff member, according to a Department of Justice report.
Some of the buildings that were damaged were scheduled to be renovated as part of a downtown economic development project.
Children are setting up lemonade stands Saturday in in Indianapolis, Elkhart, Fort Wayne, Lafayette and Bloomington.
Governor Mike Pence says a partial owner in the project has ties to improvised explosive devices that have been used in Afghanistan.
Responding to a question during his visit to Louisville on Sunday, the Dalai Lama said people should oppose the Boston bombers' actions, but forgive the men.
The Attorney General’s office has received more than 5,000 complaints this year from consumers who received a telemarketing call.
Legislative leaders worry about the high number of issues it must consider this year.
Legislators could act next year to require organizations which wade into election campaigns independently of the candidates to disclose their activities.
Indiana's oak trees tend to respond best to climate change, but other environmental factors are putting them at a disadvantage.