These scholarships allow a student from a low-income family that meets a specific set of criteria to use state money to attend a private school.
An Ohio couple has donated $5 million to the University of Notre Dame for a marching band practice field.
The Governor’s Task Force on Drug Enforcement, Treatment and Prevention met in Indianapolis Tuesday.
Mayor Goodnight says he's been preaching about quality of life being key for luring in new businesses to a community.
A state-commissioned evaluation by the Lewin Group found the majority of enrollees both below and above the poverty line chose the so-called “HIP Plus” account.
Months after being selected as a part of the state's Regional Cities Initiative, three regions are moving forward on their development plans.
The town hopes the historic building can be saved, but won’t know until an investigation is complete.
Holcomb has served as Lieutenant Governor for five months but has never held elected office.
4-H program leaders are changing their offerings to appeal to millennials, but they’re fighting the state’s demographics.
Last year, nearly 8,000 abortions were performed in Indiana, a 2 percent drop from the year before.