New Indiana laws are in effect, job discrimination legislation for veterans and how Indiana coal industry communities are preparing for new EPA regulations.
Residents in Southwest Indiana worry new EPA regulations could cause major job loss in the area, although economists say it's too soon to tell.
A law that goes into effect today prohibits companies from turning away a potential employee because he or she is a veteran.
The Indiana General Assembly passed 224 laws this year, including a pre-k pilot program and changes to the state's criminal code.
On Indiana Newsdesk, we discuss the implications of the recent court ruling that declares Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
After a federal judge ruled Indiana's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, same-sex couples rushed to marry. But some counties are still refusing licenses.
Indiana's same-sex marriage ban was ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge Wednesday.
We're on our way to visit with Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight for Wednesday's show.
With Americans buying over 200,000 tickets to the World Cup this year, soccer in Indiana is gaining more and more fans.
A judge throws out a cold beer lawsuit and Indiana police are issuing more tickets to teens who are texting behind the wheel, but is it making an impact?