Small towns along the Amtrak route are hoping the state will make up the shortfall, something that doesn't appear likely right now.
Sophia Snow is one of more than 650 children from around the country who have been rescued after Amber Alerts were issued since they began in 1996.
The Bartholomew County Assessor says his office has settled about half of the property tax appeals it received from the 2012 reassessments.
Former State Superintendent Tony Bennett is defending his decision to change the letter grade of a school operated by an influential Republican donor.
Legislators will look at the best way to govern the nine regional campuses in a study committee this summer.
Environmentalists and beekeepers are calling on the government to ban some of the country's most widely used insect-killing chemicals.
Democratic Superintendent-elect Glenda Ritz’s upset victory over Tony Bennett in the November election generated some of the most popular posts of 2012.
The extension agents are gauging interest in the kind of food hub that would benefit local residents.
Energy industry representatives who testified before state lawmakers today say the proposed EPA regulations could negatively impact the Indiana economy.
Indiana’s three biggest public university endowments have a combined $2.7 billion tied up in various investment strategies.