A study reveals students from working class families don't get as much attention from teachers as those in the middle class.
The IHSAA will vote on proposed changes to the state basketball tournament Oct. 2.
A study committee is meeting after the Indiana Chamber released a report last month detailing the need for a statewide water management plan.
The tree-destroying species has been spotted near Indiana, but experts say reporting signs of the insect can lead to eradication.
Officials at Corridor Capital, which is taking over management of the Hoosier State Line, are outlining their plans to improve service.
The president of Indiana Landmarks says the old Union Station and the Crawford's Bakery site, both in Indianapolis, need to be preserved.
This historic mansion in Daviess County was a meeting place for early advocates of I-69.
Two lawsuits challenge Indiana's law that bars unions from requiring employees pay union dues.
The unnamed team will be the third Prospect League team in Indiana including the Richmond RiverRats and the Terre Haute REx.
A secular group has warned the Department of Natural Resources that allowing the sculpture in a state park could be a violation of the U.S. constitution.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling comes two days before the Indiana Supreme Court hears a case challenging the law.
Jim Irsay cannot attend NFL games until October 9 because after he pleaded guilty to impaired driving.
The State Board of Education wants to change Flanner House Elementary School's letter grade from an A to "No Grade."
A legislative study committee, tasked with studying the need for a statewide water plan, met for the first time today.
A severe storm swept across the east side of Bloomington last night, leaving dozens of trees uprooted and a few houses damaged.