The bill would also create a new database run by the state police to track meth labs that have not been decontaminated.
The Department of Corrections has increased mental health care for inmates and is building additional housing at the Pendleton Correctional Facility.
The Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association is suing the state in hopes of being able to sell cold beer in convenience stores.
The number of Hoosiers holding gun permits jumped by 20 percent last year.
A Senate committee unanimously followed the House in voting to put a stop to the use of electronic scanners that can download information from your cell phone.
A 39-year-old man will not face charges from a 2005 rape because the statute of limitations has passed.
A recent study found the more decisions you make, the more likely you are to keep the status quo or fall back on default decisions.
The Senate plans to vote on the proposed marriage amendment Monday, but it will not be sent to the voters this year.
The Bloomington Police Department responded to a shooting at Meadowood Retirement Community this morning with two dead in an apparent murder-suicide.
Legislators face the tough task of paying for new local programming without any additional funding allocated from the Department of Corrections.
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission has concluded its preliminary investigation into a discrimination complaint against IU Health.