Coats who is a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, explains what he thinks the U.S. needs to consider in its next moves against the Islamic State.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a series of public meetings to gather feedback about the route section six of Interstate 69 should take.
The bill calls for the state’s courts and police to update the database pharmacies use to track sales of over-the-counter of cold and allergy medication.
Sen. Ron Alting, R-Lafayette, says the amended legislation is the result of a compromise between alcohol wholesalers and microbreweries.
The controversial bill limits state and local governments from infringing on Hoosiers’ religious practices.
A new data snapshot contends that the official measure doesn’t adequately account for the impact of government-sponsored poverty intervention programs.
A freshman "readiness year" would arguably place more emphasis on students' academic performance.
The police departments are opening up their lobbies for Craiglists transactions to take place, in the hopes that the over-watch will make citizens safer.
This week education dominated much of the time at the legislature as a series of controversial issues were discussed.
Students, teachers and parents from Gary, Mishawaka and Indianapolis gathered at the Statehouse to celebrate improvements in statewide rankings and test scores.