The United States has reached an agreement for funding CHIP, the federally-run health insurance program for children and pregnant mothers.
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) joined Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) in voting to end the filibuster.
Lawmakers have approved a pair of school funding bills to address a multi-million dollar funding gap caused by a surprise uptick in public school students.
The short-term rentals bill's overwhelmingly approval comes just one year after similar legislation couldn't muster enough votes in House.
A Sunday alcohol sales bill has never so much as passed a Senate committee before this year, let alone the whole chamber.
The bill's Republican author calls it the "best chance" to move the redistricting reform debate forward, even as advocates say it should go further.
Hoosiers around the state gathered Saturday to march one year after the Women's March on Washington.
Therapy that could help soldiers suffering from PTSD. The legislature heard debate about Indiana’s alcohol laws. And the Columbus landlord registry.
Experts say the potential for a federal government shutdown may not have a big local impact.
A proposed bill would require the state to track and report data for foster care students, including graduation rates and enrollment.