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.
LGBT advocates say they’re waiting on pins and needles for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling later this month on marriage equality.
Glenda Ritz officially joined the race for the Democratic nomination for governor Thursday.
A group comprised of judges, lawyers, lawmakers and business leaders will spend the next few months developing procedures for so-called commercial courts.
With the new "Broadband Ready Communities" designation, the General Assembly hopes to help unserved communities and signal readiness to broadband providers.
The total number of voters that cast ballots in May is actually down over the last four municipal election cycles.