Primary results will be available after polls close at 6 p.m. local time.
We're on our way to visit with Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan for Wednesday's show.
Indiana has agreed to let a court order recognizing a same-sex marriage remain in effect while the Supreme Court decides the ultimate fate of the law.
The former senator and governor says he hopes his decision will allow others to step forward as gubernatorial candidates.
Indiana's politicians say al-Qaida is much weaker than it was 13 years ago, but new terrorist threats are emerging.
Two companies and a resident of Indianapolis filed a lawsuit challenging the legality of last month's $112 million with Covanta.
Indiana Senate Appropriations Chair Luke Kenley says lawmakers should proceed with caution as they prepare to write a new budget in the coming months.
A new layer of legislative oversight for Indiana's specialty license plates has resulted in recommendations to stop issuing plates for nine nonprofit groups.
The new update "keeps a tally of expenditures on everything from vehicles to office equipment."
Indiana politicians say it will take a comprehensive strategy to defeat ISIS.
This time we talk with Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett, in our weekly 'Ask The Mayor' segment.
Camp Atterbury is laying off civilian contractors who worked on a program that prepared soldiers for deployment.