FBI Director Christopher A. Wray has appointed a counterterrorism expert to be the top bureau official in Indianapolis.
Some education leaders are asking the State Board of Education this week to reject a recommendation to overhaul high school graduation requirements.
School officials say the historic Muncie Fieldhouse was insured for nearly $10 million when a severe thunderstorm damaged it recently.
The company will continue working with community partners to help address the middle-skills gap in technology.
A northern Indiana county where horse-drawn buggies are damaging local roads is seeking a solution to its persistent road repair costs.
Terre Haute officials will support ISU's plan to spend $37.5 million in state money on renovating its basketball arena without waiting for a larger project.
A former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican who turned down a top honor from the University of Notre Dame will accept another award from the school.
The new campaign to fight the opioid epidemic is supported by federal funds.
Post-election threats and vandalism, the University of Notre Dame’s police department can keep its records private, Indiana's wild pig threat and women priests.
The law dictates that English learning proficiency be part of criteria that states use to rate schools.