In a statement, the governor said the decision came after "thorough review of the preliminary planning and careful consideration of the concerns expressed."
We explain why Governor Pence is touting HIP 2.0 as a national model for Medicaid reform. Will state lawmakers fund the demand of a college scholarship program?
State superintendent Glenda Ritz will testify to the House Education Committee Thursday regarding a bill that would make her position appointed, not elected.
Historic homes in Bloomington are in the process of being relocated.
The stadium includes a dome roof and nearly 18,000 seats.
Microbeads are found in a wide variety of beauty and personal products, and researchers say they're showing up in the water system.
Indiana’s relatively strict vaccination requirements could put the state at less risk of widespread outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses.
Farmers in the Hoosier state planted a total of 91,000 acres of corn used to make popcorn.
A report released by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education shows students who receive state financial aid are on track to graduate in four years.
Federal law allows people to manufacture, sell, and own sawed-off shotguns, also known as short barrel shotguns, but Indiana law does not.