Cool temperatures and consistent rainfall this spring are helping the state's corn crop.
A survey from BMO Harris Bank shows 53 percent of Indiana homeowners believe their houses will increase in value over the next year.
U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett will become a partner in the firm's litigation practice group beginning Friday.
Poverty is becoming more concentrated in Indiana and across the nation, which is making it more difficult for children to break the cycle of poverty.
Indiana unions added about 3,000 members in 2013, and the same number of nonmembers working in union shops.
Several communities including Terre Haute, Muncie and Evansville are receiving money to tear down abandoned homes.
Entrepreneurs in Indiana using crowdfunding tools can now collect donations from unaccredited investors.
A Lake County judge is the second judge to deem Indiana's ban on requiring union fees unconstitutional.
More than one in ten children in Indiana live in high-poverty areas.
National park revenues were down last year, and park officials attribute the drop to the two-week government shutdown last October.