The federal government is placing the children with a "sponsor," who is normally a parent or relative.
Indiana has the second highest rate of sexual assault among teenage girls in the country. Education leaders are beginning to ask how they can prevent it.
Recent reports show few Hoosiers save enough to cover six months' expenses, which is what financial experts recommend people put aside in a rainy day fund.
A law that goes into effect today prohibits companies from turning away a potential employee because he or she is a veteran.
After a federal judge ruled Indiana's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, same-sex couples rushed to marry. But some counties are still refusing licenses.
A recent survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates 41 percent of teens text while driving.
The Indianapolis Veterans Affairs hospital has been tagged for further review after a national audit, but some veterans say it provides quality care.
Residents on Indianapolis' east side must travel several miles to the nearest grocery store--a task that is difficult for many that do not own cars.
The Indy 500 and other large events tend to boost demand for sex, which, in turn, increases sex trafficking.
Indiana had to find a new lethal injection drug to replace Pentathol which is in short supply.