Are Indiana leaders overstepping their authority to regulate e-cigs? A proposal addresses resident's otter concerns but will it cause otters to disappear again.
The proposed regulations would allow for more enforcement at the state level.
Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on the week at the Statehouse.
DNR officials say the otter population has grown so large, it needs to start managing the once-endangered species.
Key issues in the upcoming legislative session will include education funding and Sunday alcohol sales.
Lawmakers are faced with whether to fund criminal code changes. What's being done to ensure burned out buildings aren't left in Indiana's historic towns?
Portions of town squares throughout Indiana have burned down after several fires in recent years.
The criminal code overhaul aims to treat more low-level offenders at the local level, but mental health service providers say they need more money to do that.
The biggest stories of 2014 include Indiana's exit from the Common Core academic standards and the legalization of same-sex marriage.
Why sexual assault prevention advocates are having a hard time getting the training they need, and we investigate how funeral homes are regulated in Indiana.