Former Congressman Lee Hamilton and the first director of the EPA William Ruckelshaus were both honored at the White House.
The university is adding an additional 15 all-gender restrooms on campus.
A spokesperson for Gov. Pence says the call did not change his position on Syrian refugee resettlement.
The company’s board unanimously voted to turn down the offer from InterActiveCorp, agreeing that it wasn't in the best interest of shareholders.
His death brought the horrors of the Syrian war home to Indiana, but his life continues to inspire those trying to bring some hope to the Syrian people.
The Indianapolis Colts are being sued in federal court in Houston over the use of the phrase "the 12th Man."
U.S. attorneys are asking a federal judge in Indianapolis to sentence Fogle to 12.5 years in prison.
Richard Thelen was only 18 years old when a Japanese submarine torpedoed the USS Indianapolis.
Indiana received bad marks for political financing, state budget processes and public access to information.
The Swedish furniture giant is expected to announce its first Indiana location in a press conference on Tuesday.