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Hoosiers in Bloomington can expect to see more solar panels in the near future.
Several Indiana prosecutors are raising discussion about the protection of so-called “endangered adults.”
State lawmakers tackled everything from gaming to the state budget in the 2015 session. Many of the state's 259 new laws take effect July 1.
Ivy Tech Community College was the only institution that didn’t receive funding for projects in the recently passed state budget.
Veterans groups say they're worried about how the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs might use its newly allocated funds.
Some Indiana students want the firefly named as the official state insect; the governor is expected to sign the budget today. Read more in our headline roundup.
House Speaker Brian Bosma says he anticipates making infrastructure a primary focus the next two sessions.
The legislative session has ended, and southern Indiana businesses are gearing up for the summer season. Read more in our headline roundup.
Senate fiscal leader Luke Kenley says the budget reserves are a little less than the 12 percent level they'd been aiming for.