Jerome Adams, among other state health commissioners, testified how Indiana is trying to deal with the HIV outbreak.
The Indiana Charter School Board met Wednesday and approved charters for three schools.
The state approves the first needle-exchange program, Governor Pence will run for office again and the ins and outs of special city taxing districts.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the package helps ensure military men and women have quality local mental health providers by creating a special designation.
A year-long needle exchange for Scott County is expected to get approved today; most big cities in Indiana are growing. Read more in our morning roundup.
The bond will also pay for projects including affordable housing, expansion of the animal shelter, solar panels on city buildings and road improvements.
Between the state and city sponsored scholarship program, almost 2,000 children in Indianapolis will get scholarships to attend preschool this year.
Reported scams more than doubled from over 2,300 in 2013 to over 5,200 in 2014.
The rejection comes after the Supreme Court ordered the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider its first ruling denying Notre Dame's protest.
A new organic grocery store has its grand opening in Bloomington.