Justice Loretta Rush is being sworn in as the head of the state's Supreme Court this afternoon.
The new Bloomington Transit Center opens today, and includes a larger waiting area and more amenities than the old facility.
The gap between the rich and poor is having a ripple effect on Indiana's economy and is economic growth sustainable without a water management strategy.
Indiana University officials say students shouldn’t feel the weight of state budget cuts this school year.
Indiana Power And Light Company says its dependence on coal will fall to 44 percent by 2017 as it switches to natural gas.
The Howard County Board of Commissioners has terminated an agreement with energy company E.On, citing market changes and dissent from residents.
Chamber officials says if legislation doesn't make water supply a priority, Indiana could lose business.
Fewer people are making what's considered "middle income" wages in Indiana, as the face of the manufacturing industry changes.
18 of the 31 states that applied for a No Child Left Behind waiver extension received it, but Indiana continues to wait for news on its extension.
Hogsett formed an exploratory committee yesterday to run for Indianapolis mayor, while brushing aside recent accusations.