January’s Indiana tax collections dipped just below expected levels for the first time in three months.
Indiana towns with large immigrant populations are grappling with President Trump's executive order and its impacts.
Political and economic uncertainties were on the minds of Purdue agriculture alumni at their annual Fish Fry in Indianapolis Saturday.
The city is purchasing the property as part of its plans for Switchyard Park.
A House committee changed legislation that bans direct sales by auto manufacturers to essentially grandfather in electric car maker Tesla.
Proponents say the bill is about ensuring consumer protection.
The bill's author says the goal is to help casinos stay viable as they face increasing competition.
A Senate lawmaker wants the Hoosier Lottery to create a new scratch-off game to benefit homeless veterans.
Experts say warmer and drier weather than normal created perfect conditions for last year's crop.
Columbus-based manufacturer Cummins Engine has many employees born in other countries, and more than half of its workers are based overseas.