Americans for Prosperity says it wants comprehensive reform that makes taxes fairer, flatter and simpler for everyone.
The American Association of University Women says Hoosier women were paid 74 cents for every dollar men made in 2016.
County commissioners unanimously decided today to bring the plans before the County Council next week.
Gary's mayor posted an ad in the New York Times Monday that addressed Amazon Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos.
Indiana's Congressional delegation wants the federal education department to give the state more time to prepare before changes to high school diplomas begin.
Three Indianapolis high schools and a middle school will close next year as part of a far-reaching academic overhaul approved Monday by the city school board.
An email sent over the weekend asks all DePauw students to "look out for each other" amid the increase in hospitalizations.
A national data security breach compromises the private information of nearly 143 million Equifax customers.
Close to 10,000 Hoosiers are enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which is ending in six months unless Congress codifies it into law.
A new research study aims to improve the efficiency of e-communication between clinicians and their patients.