A woman who wasn't able to finish the Boston Marathon last year because of the bombings is invited back and a clinic is using a new health care pay model.
Purdue University officials say they would have to cut positions if they raised the minimum wage.
Indiana's unemployment rate fell to 5.9 percent in March, according to figures from the Department of Workforce Development.
It will be the last chance to change the standards before an up-down vote at the State Board of Education meeting April 28.
Maple City Health Center in Goshen lets patients volunteer at local nonprofits to pay off medical bills.
DeAnne Weaver and her sister Beth Carr were less than a mile from the finish line last year when two bombs exploded.
Governor Mike Pence visited Germany this week on a trade mission, and as a result several companies plan to bring jobs to the state.
Rep. Eric Turner's son is a nursing home developer and Turner opposed a bill last session that would have put a moratorium on new nursing homes.
Governor Mike Pence took time out of his trade mission in Germany to address what he calls Russian aggression against the Ukraine and Europe.
As districts across the state face increased scrutiny from the state, Fairview Elementary hopes it has found a new solution to low standardized test scores.