The state approves the first needle-exchange program, Governor Pence will run for office again and the ins and outs of special city taxing districts.
The new law allowing for syringe exchanges in high-risk counties doesn't provide any state funding for the programs.
The Professional Licensing Board is expected to develop a final set of rules for midwife licensing within the next few months.
If Glenda Ritz enters the race for governor, she'll have to campaign differently than her run for state superintendent in 2012.
More and more, cities--including Bloomington--are using TIF districts as a driver for economic development. What are they, and do they really work?
Six people arrested in connection with a $20 million scam; Indy Mayor Greg Ballard will be Grand Marshal at the Pride Parade. Read more in our morning roundup.
Though the Pete Dye Golf Course in French Lick last hosted a PGA event in 2010, organizers say this venue is different from the others.
Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder says that he’s not worried about the cost of a freeze.
The $3,000 will be used to formulate a defense for Daniel Messel, who is accused of Hannah Wilson's murder.
The needle-exchange program in Scott County aims to stop the HIV epidemic that has infected about 160 people.