The chairman of the Indiana commission that oversees utility companies is retiring after less than a year on the job.
Attorney General Curtis Hill says the First Church of Cannabis and its lawsuit against the state are a political crusade turned legal stunt.
A rural western Indiana county is setting up its first-ever county-owned morgue in response to an increase in drug overdose deaths.
Three men have filed a lawsuit over an Indiana requirement that they register as sex offenders when moving to the state.
In a resignation letter, Bonaventura told Gov. Holcomb that his staff is cutting her budget in the midst of the opioid crisis. Holcomb denies the allegations.
How other counties are funding convention center expansions, state legislators set the agenda for the upcoming session and the Martinsville Candy Kitchen.
Hundreds of people gathered at a recent public meeting in opposition to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility proposed in northern Indiana.
State leaders say the underwhelming revenues are a result of explainable outside forces.
Join us Tuesday at noon for a special live discussion about the future of development in downtown Bloomington.
A two-year suspension of the medical device tax is set to expire at the end of the year.