Four Hoosiers made the list for Forbes Magazine’s 400 Richest People in America.
According to a Girl Scouts report, the state ranked 29th in economic well-being and extracurricular activities, but 44th in physical and emotional health.
New grant opportunities are available across the country today for local and organic food suppliers and farmers.
A church-like gathering for those without religious belief launched in Bloomington yesterday as part of an international movement.
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether to take up several challenges to same-sex marriage bans, including the lawsuit from Indiana.
Domestic violence prevention advocates say a controversy over possible funding cuts illustrates a need for better communication and adherence to timelines.
The Indianapolis area code is expected to run out of telephone numbers by 2017.
The operator of Indiana's toll road filed for bankruptcy - how will this affect motorists? Does Indiana's textbook fees conflict with a free public education?
A community of Catholic nuns in Dubois County are making plans to build a brewery on the monastery grounds.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller calls proposed legislative steps to curb public corruption a first step in strengthening public trust.