The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority is partnering with an technology group to improve home energy efficiency for low income Hoosiers.
The Healthy Hoosiers Foundation will raise money to combat statewide health problems, including obesity and infant mortality.
The ACLU is arguing the BMV's standard for approving personalized license plates is arbitrary.
Indiana law does not directly address whether police body camera video is classified as public information.
The Indiana Grown program, which launched in July, markets agricultural products grown and processed in the state to retailers, restaurants and consumers.
Indiana’s criminal code reform was aimed largely at reducing penalties for low-level, nonviolent drug offenses in an effort to reduce recidivism.
Health officials are calling for strong communication and increased public health funding to improve needle exchange programs.
The former U.S. Senator from Indiana says a 15-year delay of weapons development is vital.
The study was commissioned in response to another report showing Indiana had the second worst rate of rape among high school girls in the nation.
In Indiana, police input an offender’s DNA for comparison in a national database only after conviction of a felony.