Legislators say the state needs a new energy program that is 'pro-ratepayer.'
The Indiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges says the state needs to put more money into providing public defenders for juveniles.
A leading indicator for Indiana’s economy is highest in seven years in part because of growing confidence in the housing and automotive sectors.
The report says Indiana’s energy efficiency programs provide a benefit to the state, and will continue to do so in the next several years.
Domestic violence prevention groups feared the state would reduce their funding by $1 million.
Indiana’s unemployment rate dropped in August for the first time in five months, but the state’s private sector lost jobs for the first time in 11 months.
The data is prompting state officials to recommend state-level obstetrics certification programs for hospitals.
A study for a campaign to reduce infant mortality found only a quarter of people surveyed were aware of the state’s high infant mortality problem.
The conference Thursday is meant to educate stakeholders about identifying elder abuse and how to address it.
BMV officials say its system failed to account for vehicle depreciation when calculating 180,000 Hoosiers' excise taxes.