An Indiana-based anthropologist says the U.S. immigration issue is intertwined with American demand for illegal drugs and the Central American drug trade.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the city's appeal of a case involving adult bookstores.
A survey indicates that physicians who were paid for consulting with the medical industry would be viewed positively, regardless of how much they were paid.
In the letter from Abdul Rahman Kassig, formerly Peter Kassig, he says he takes comfort in knowing he was helping others when taken captive.
A new report shows pork production levels are higher than expected following a pig virus feared to take a heavy toll.
Homeless veterans are receiving federal funds to help them find housing.
Reports say Indianapolis-based Angies List may be looking for a buyer.
Obama is scheduled to visit Millennium Steel in Princeton, Ind.
Four Hoosiers made the list for Forbes Magazine’s 400 Richest People in America.
According to a Girl Scouts report, the state ranked 29th in economic well-being and extracurricular activities, but 44th in physical and emotional health.