International experts and community leaders will gather in Columbus this weekend for a symposium exploring the city's art and architecture.
Supporters of the RECLAIM Act say reclaiming old coal mines will open former coal towns to new economic opportunities.
The state collected $188.5 million in back taxes during the amnesty period by agreeing to waive late fees, interest and penalties on the delinquent payments.
Bloomington wants to require permits and inspections for properties rented out for less than 30 days.
State health officials are suing the Three Waters Campground in the Randolph County town of Farmland over alleged health and safety violations.
The Military Family Relief Fund subsidizes food, housing, utility, transportation and medical bills.
The American Association of University Women study finds Indiana women on average earn 24 cents less per dollar than their male counterparts.
Work is expected to start this fall on tearing down dozens of buildings from a closed military munitions plant in southern Indiana.
The Postal Service plans to replace its aging fleet with advanced vehicles that provide better fuel efficiency and zero-emission capability.
Aside from the 5 installations happening this month, an additional 11 people signed letters of intent to show their interest in purchasing solar panels.