In an essay published in the South Bend Tribune, Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced he is gay, saying he realized being more open about it “could do some good.”
The Indiana Career Council met Monday to discuss changes to the state's high school diploma requirements.
The ad campaign, which runs through the end of the year, will cost the state a little more than $1 million.
As part of its contract to manage the lottery, management firm GTECH set revenue goals it had to meet or pay a penalty to the state.
Chris Atkins has been with the Pence team since the 2012 campaign, serving as a senior adviser for Pence's gubernatorial run.
State agencies are adopting policies about employees using state property for personal use after legislators passed new ethics rules this year.
The recent revenue forecast dragging down projections has helped boost the state’s fiscal picture in recent months.
That’s part of the drive behind a new study from the state Department of Agriculture — or ISDA — on food hubs, which connect farmers with buyers.
Lawmakers this summer will begin a two-year study committee to examine the possibility of redistricting reform.
The Supreme Court is allowing a lower-court ruling, allowing high-fenced hunting, to stand.