Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act has become the subject of fierce debate across the nation.
The governor declares the HIV outbreak a public health emergency. The religious freedom act becomes law. Why the terminally ill may now use experimental drugs.
Bill Foley left Indiana in the 1970s and spent the next two decades largely in the Middle East taking pictures for TIME Magazine and the Associated Press.
The governor signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law this week, and legislators advanced a new energy efficiency program.
After four months without a decrease in unemployment, Indiana’s rate fell below 6 percent in February.
A bill giving terminally ill Hoosiers access to potentially life-saving drugs became law this week, but some doctors say the costs could outweigh the benefits.
Freshman forward Hoetzel says he is seeking more playing time.
Police say the ring had a distribution channel from Tempe, Arizona, and the men were dealing hundreds of grams of heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine.
The gaming bill allows riverboats to move on land and includes several tax credits and incentives.
Holcomb has worked for several Indiana politicians but has never served in elected office himself.