Microbeads are found in a wide variety of beauty and personal products, and researchers say they're showing up in the water system.
Indiana’s relatively strict vaccination requirements could put the state at less risk of widespread outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses.
Union membership in Indiana has risen for the past two years despite the enactment of the right-to-work law in 2012.
The resort says any visitors between April 23, 2014 and Jan. 21, 2015 who used a credit card may have had their information stolen.
Mayor Goodnight talks about his greatest achievement of 2014 and looks ahead to what's next for Kokomo in the new year.
The bill has been assigned to the Roads and Transportation Committee. The proposal will get its first hearing on Wednesday.
A fight over funding may be looming at the General Assembly between local community corrections programs and the state Department of Correction.
Critics say the new energy efficiency program needs major revisions. The state is watching the Pre-k pilot programs to see if the benefits outweigh the costs.
Bills to allow Sunday sales have never made it to the Senate floor, but President Pro Tem David Long says he doesn't have a problem with the change.
Ball State University informed two charter schools Friday that their charters will not be renewed.