The Indiana Civil Rights Commission is trying to educate businesses and individuals about racial profiling in an effort to prevent further incidents.
Legislative leaders worry about the high number of issues it must consider this year.
Children are setting up lemonade stands Saturday in in Indianapolis, Elkhart, Fort Wayne, Lafayette and Bloomington.
Indiana added 6,800 private sector jobs in April, according to the monthly unemployment report.
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.
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.
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 law allows convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores to sell beer warm but not chilled.
Election officials plan to thoroughly review and clean up Indiana’s voter rolls on a statewide basis for the first time in seven years.
Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) has pushed for legislation the past two years requiring welfare recipients to be drug tested.