Communities have a lot of road repairs, and the new money won’t cover all of them. So local leaders now have to make choices.
Indiana’s unemployment rate dropped last month to its lowest level in more than 16 years. Yet the private sector lost a significant number of jobs in April.
The new law would allow a judge to tell a girl’s parents about her request to get an abortion after the judge decides whether to grant the consent.
Attorney General Curtis Hill will continue to live in the Indianapolis area despite the repeal of a law requiring him to do so.
Even the short-term rental bill's opponents are ready to work on the measure again.
The Indiana Democratic Party says a Congressional vote to repeal and replace Obamacare takes health care away from millions just to fulfill a political promise.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson will seek a second full term next year in the statewide office she’s held since 2012.
Indiana lawmakers want schools to develop more robust suicide prevention policies while teachers get training on the issue.
Baby boxes are intended to provide mothers with more anonymity when dropping off newborns.
The central Indiana tech center is expected to employ up to 2,000 people by 2021.