Indiana is exploring expansion of its addiction hotline and developing a new program that will help the state in its battle against drug abuse.
Federal executive orders issued Tuesday would change the way guns are sold and regulated in the U.S.
Former IN Congressman Hamilton says that bringing forces into Syria could be a risk but might add the needed leverage to finding a diplomatic solution.
A new study out of Purdue University shows infants in the US aren’t getting as much of those nutrients as babies in other countries.
Indiana was one of 15 states challenging the EPA's rule limiting carbon emissions from power plants.
The EPA is lowering its standards for how much renewable fuel must be added to gasoline sold in the United States.
A state representative is promising a northern Indiana second grade class that she will propose legislation next session to make the firefly the state insect.
The Indiana Court of Appeals is denying a request for appeal by the man convicted of killing Indiana University student Jill Behrman.
The Environmental Protection Agency sets standards on how much ethanol must be blended into gasoline.
INDOT is weighing the pros and cons of 14 alternative paths for I-69—the original plan and ones utilizing routes to the east and west of the SR 37 corridor.