The city has booked 880,552 future hotel room nights and conventions, which total nearly $815 million in future economic impact for Indianapolis.
Ball State University informed two charter schools Friday that their charters will not be renewed.
The House Education Committee held a hearing Tuesday on a bill that would require high school students to pass the 100-question civics exam before graduation.
The Pokagon Band says it wants a full-fledged casino, but federal law allows it to open a facility limited to electronic bingo machines with no state input.
The stress tests have been watched closely since 2013, when 78,000 students taking the ISTEP were disrupted.
Some climate scientists have used geological data to say that we may be in the warmest period for the earth in at least the last 2,000 years.
Agribusiness executives and researchers spoke at the Governor's Agriculture Conference in Indianapolis on Friday.
Two lawmakers have introduced bills banning phone calls while driving, unless drivers are using hands-free technology.
Oil prices have dropped below $50 per barrel, but gas in Central Indiana has risen to above $2 per gallon.
Low numbers of teachers rated "ineffective" could lead the State Board of Education to make test scores a bigger factor in Indiana's teacher evaluation system.