The lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Seven Oaks Classical School's charter will continue with the State as the only named defendant.
This session, lawmakers allocated more money to treatment of the drug epidemic than to prevention. Gov. Holcomb says that doesn’t mean Ind. is losing the fight.
Former IU running back Kiante Enis has been sentenced to eight months in jail after pleading guilty to charges he had sexual activities with a 13-year-old girl.
The group of about 50 protested the Senate health care bill outside of Republican Senator Todd Young's Indy office.
Parents, teachers and former school board members turned out in droves this week to protest what they’ve deemed “lunch shaming.”
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie's total compensation of $1,067,074 includes $600,000 in base pay.
A proposal to remake secondary education at Indianapolis Public Schools will leave only four high schools out of seven in 2018-19.
Several Indiana lawmakers are applauding the EPA's announcement.
Officials say natural gas is a possibility for the Tuesday morning explosion that killed two and injured three others, but say other gases could be to blame.
A woman was taken to the hospital Monday afternoon after she says U.S. marshals dragged her out of a protest at Senator Todd Young’s Indianapolis office.