Mayor Goodnight answers your questions and updates us on the roll out of city curbside recycling.
Both the House and Senate have now approved a program that would give utility companies more flexibility when it comes to energy savings.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that school transportation is not a constitutional right.
Indiana Congressman Luke Messer is spearheading a bill to protect student data online.
The bill opens the door for terminally ill patients to try drugs that haven't received the FDA's final stamp of approval.
Sen. Dan Coats says it's time to pass his job on to the next generation of leaders.
A story in the Indianapolis Star alleges that top BMV officials were told of the overcharges years before the state revealed them to the public.
House Bill 1019 would eliminate Indiana’s prevailing wage, a mandatory hourly rate that must be paid to laborers on publicly financed construction projects.
The future of Indy Eleven’s proposed $82 million soccer stadium could be uncertain due to a new amendment.
The department still has about $13,000 to raise before reaching its goal.