An Indiana man who pleaded guilty to charges for punching two people demonstrating against a white nationalist protest in Virginia faces nearly a year in jail.
How other counties are funding convention center expansions, state legislators set the agenda for the upcoming session and the Martinsville Candy Kitchen.
Bloomington's historic Woolery Mill is on the way to becoming an event and banquet space in the city.
It's not clear when the lawsuit will be formally filed.
Riley Hospital for Children says it's about to begin work on a new $142 million maternity and newborn health unit at its downtown Indianapolis hospital.
Martinsville Candy Kitchen will make more than 30,000 candy canes by the end of the year.
About a third of home-schooled students are minorities and their numbers are rising. Many parents are doing it to make sure their children are safe.
The zoo plans to release the salamanders into the wild once they're fully grown.
Schools can ask the state for additional money for special education costs, but the fund for those services is tighter than previous years.
State leaders say the underwhelming revenues are a result of explainable outside forces.