As Mike Pence officially becomes Trump’s running mate, there’s still an unanswered question left over from his gubernatorial campaign. Where does the money go?
As the immigrant population continues to grow, the increase in need of accessible healthcare becomes evident, according to a recent survey.
The DCS must provide enough caseworkers so that the average caseload doesn’t exceed 17 kids. All but one of the 19 regions in the state exceeds that standard.
The American Geriatrics Society estimates 300 doctors are immediately needed to make up for the shortage in Indiana.
Mike Pence's record could be important in November, because his running mate doesn’t have a legislative record at all.
Congress is stepping in to keep the FSA's real estate loans afloat.
Mayor Hamilton responds to his push for more affordable housing in new downtown housing developments.
Republican Sen. Jim Tomes is arguably the most conservative candidate.
The plan does not commit $1 billion in new funding -- much of it continues current state investment in Indiana businesses.
Supporters of Daniels launched a "Draft Mitch" effort if Donald Trump names Pence as his vice presidential running mate.