The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is ordering Indiana to recognize the marriage of one same-sex couple while it considers a larger lawsuit.
A law that goes into effect today in Indiana allows private companies to raise up to $2 million from crowdfunding.
Same-sex marriages that were formed last week in Indiana will be recognized by the federal government, but state recognition is uncertain.
Senate President Pro Tem David Long says his bill limiting the focus of summer study committees has helped streamline the study process.
An appeals court is granting the Attorney General's request for a stay on his ruling that allowed same-sex couples to get married in Indiana.
A recent survey shows Indiana’s homeless population has dropped 2 percent since last year.
Indiana reached a settlement with tobacco companies Thursday that will pay the state $93 million this year and $124 million next year.
Judge Richard Young struck down Indiana's law on same-sex marriage, prompting couples across the state to rush to courthouses to get married.
Gov. Mike Pence and other tax authorities met Tuesday to discuss ways of simplifying the tax code.
Gov. Mike Pence says he is holding a conference in order to make the tax climate in Indiana more competitive.