Gov. Pence requested Howard County be classified as a federal disaster area after the Nov. 17 tornadoes, but FEMA denied that request yesterday.
Nearly 2,800 Hoosiers signed up for insurance in November, compared to 700 in October.
Independent analysts say the overhaul of Indiana’s criminal code will increase the prison population unless offenders are directed towards correction programs.
A proposed ordinance that would limit panhandling in Indianapolis was sent back to County Council committee at last night's meeting.
Today is the last day for members of Congress and their staff to sign up for health insurance through the federal or D.C. exchanges.
Gov. Mike Pence is ordering organizations that receive state funding to hold some of their budgets in reserves because of low state revenue.
The Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University found 78 percent of Hoosiers support taxing marijuana like alcohol and cigarettes.
An Indianapolis city councilman says the proposed restrictions do not differentiate between panhandlers and street musicians.
A total of 39 school corporations are challenging the federal government's ability to mandate schools provide health coverage for their employees or face fines.
LaPorte Representative Tom Dermody is the legislature's new Public Policy Committee Chairman, and the gambling industry is hopeful he can revive gaming.
Millions of people around the world are remembering the South African leader today on what is being called a day of prayer and remembrance.