Since the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault closed in June, advocates say there's no central clearinghouse sexual assault survivors can turn to for help.
The class-action lawsuit seeks refunds for the alleged inflated premiums.
A recently released report identifies five challenges prohibiting economic growth in the region.
Several attorneys general are calling on Congress to take action on immigration reform.
Barbara Harrington sat down with Abdul-Rahman Kassig's birth mother to talk about how her family is coping with the loss.
Police departments across Indiana were looking into body camera technology long before the events in Ferguson, Mo.
Researchers say the research shows there are combinations of reasons that spark and maintain interest in STEM fields.
As the demand for donor kidneys increases, doctors say live donors could play a key role in saving lives.
The Environmental Protection Agency still hasn't released its final rule on the volume obligation for 2014.
Non-profit groups and churches across the state will serve up free Thanksgiving meals.