State Superintendent and gubernatorial candidate Glenda Ritz denies violating campaign finance laws, chalking it up to a clerical error.
Of 90 records requests the IU Media School made to local agencies such as sheriff's and health departments, only 48 received responses.
Intrepid cyclists will trace a 160-mile route across the state during the annual Ride Across Indiana, or RAIN Ride.
Community Blood Center is closing one location in Indiana as part of its efforts to scale back operations.
Throngs flocked to watch the Bloomington Fourth of July Parade wind its way around the square Saturday morning.
Potential financial misconduct came to light after a state audit of the department's 2013 records, and an employee has been fired as a result.
The Amur leopard cubs will be named through an online voting contest.
The new bill would create a "servicemember-friendly" designation for mental health providers.
April numbers put the state's unemployment rate at its lowest level since 2008.
After a public hearing Wednesday, Scott County commissioners voted to approve a one-year needle exchange.