Officials are hoping Hoosiers won't get discouraged and not sign up for insurance after a rocky start that included a frozen website and online error messages.
There's still a question about who will foot the bill for the Hoosier State Rail service.
The Interstate 69 Congressional Caucus brings together leaders from many of the states where I-69 passes through to advocate on behalf of the road.
The state is reviewing its options for keeping the Amtrak line from Chicago to Indianapolis running after federal funding runs out October 1.
More than 80 cities in the U.S. and Canda have participated in Open Streets events. Bloomington is hosting one Sunday.
Kinsey's, "Sexual Behavior and the Human Female," inspired articles around the globe. The book exposed many of the myths surrounding women and sex.
Mary Frances McCourt has been appointed to fill the position vacated by Neil Theobald.
Convenience stores in Indiana want to change the state's strict blue laws, but liquor stores are fighting back.
Menahem Pressler says performing in Bloomington is the most difficult because the audience is comprised of his students.
The state’s attorney general says he is prepared to defend a new law aimed at stopping the sale of synthetic drugs if it is challenged in court.