A Pew Research Center report indicates 15,000 fewer unauthorized immigrants lived in Indiana in 2012 than in 2009.
Agency officials say asking for more money to hire new case managers may not be the solution.
A spike in feed prices has resulted in rising wholesale meat costs, but that doesn't mean turkey will cost more this year.
Family engagement is a key component of efforts around the state to help children perform better in school.
The Community Kitchen of Monroe County is preparing for its annual Thanksgiving dinner.
Eight Indiana school superintendents will meet with President Obama to spotlight the ways they've incorporated technology into the classroom.
Twenty-five Indiana state senators were sworn at the legislature’s Organization Day, but one had a very different ceremony.
Republican legislative leaders say education will be their top priority in the upcoming session.
The House's efforts will include charitable donations, weekly education and awareness efforts and potential legislative action.
The mayor also talks downtown parking changes, I-69 development and answers your questions!