The 2017 legislative session came to a close late Saturday night as lawmakers wrapped up long-debated issues.
Legislation is headed to the governor that eliminates many of the state’s monopoly-creating, vaping regulations.
Lawmakers completed a temporary rewrite of the state’s alcohol carryout laws to address a convenience store that found a legal work-around.
Indiana's unemployment rate declined despite March’s private sector job losses.
The roads plan includes one of the biggest points of contention between the House and Senate: shifting sales tax on gasoline to pay for roads.
The proposed legislative language would bar Ricker from renewing his permits next year.
The finalists are vying to replace retiring Justice Robert Rucker, who is stepping down in May after 26 years on the bench.
The legislation bars local government agencies from banning short-term rentals while also imposing some regulations.
Legislative leadership will now take the road funding plan to their caucuses for approval.
The House advanced a bill to the governor to make the Superintendent of Public Instruction an appointed, rather than elected position.