Tax collections exceeded expectations in December, the first time that's happened this fiscal year.
U.S. Sens. Joe Donnelly and Todd Young say they’re working to continue Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy as they try to spread his message of love and unity.
A Senate committee easily approved legislation to allow stores to sell alcohol on Sundays. It’s the first time such legislation has ever advanced in the Senate.
Chief Justice Loretta Rush told lawmakers the state’s court system is prepared to meet the challenges it faces, including the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is seeking to reassure Hoosiers his administration will do “whatever it takes” to fix problems at the Department of Child Services.
Military veterans won’t have certain financial resources counted against them when applying for tuition aid under legislation advanced Tuesday.
Indiana legislative leaders anticipate Gov. Holcomb will address recent controversy at the Department of Child Services in his State of the State tonight.
The Senate committee's approval comes despite objections from Secretary of State Connie Lawson’s office.
All Hoosier voters could cast absentee ballots by mail without any excuse under legislation advanced Monday by a Senate panel.
Transportation committee leaders in the Indiana General Assembly say their work isn’t done after last session’s landmark road funding bill.