After a legislative panel directed the Indiana Public Retirement System Board not to privatize some savings accounts, it's unclear how the board will set rates.
More than half of Indiana's counties do not have someone trained to guide Hoosiers signing up for the new health care marketplace.
Sen. Carlin Yoder, R-Middlebury, says the Department of Child Services needs time to see the results of the changes it has been making in the past year.
The former Indiana House speaker had planned on being the Democratic Party's gubernatorial nominee in the next election.
State officials are worried high-risk Hoosiers will not get health coverage by January 1 because of problems with the Affordable Care Act's website.
A U.S. Attorney says Carl Brizzi will not face criminal charges on bribery allegations.
The Public Retirement System, or INPRS, Board voted in July to privatize annuity savings accounts offered to public employees and teachers.
A study committee could recommend the legislature give Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne more autonomy for funding and degree offerings.
The Commission on Improving the Status of Children does not plan to make many recommendations for the 2014 legislative session.
The money was supposed to be used for smoking cessation and other health programs.