Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey Slaughter writes that state law isn’t specific when it comes to enforcing the caseload requirements.
The most recent child fatalities report calls for safe sleeping practices and vigilance when children are near bodies of water.
The measure moving to the House floor would put in jeopardy the status of the state’s two existing devices.
The number of children in need of foster care has nearly doubled since 2012.
The Indiana Senate made changes to a parental consent for abortion bill that supporters say they hope the changes fix the bill’s issues.
An amendment to legalize baby boxes didn’t get enough support to even take a vote on it.
If passed, adoption agencies would no longer have to check a national registry of child abuse and neglect cases because the registry doesn’t exist.
The Holcomb administration's proposed budget, as presented to lawmakers, contains only a modest increase in education spending.
The Department of Child Services wants the legislature to help improve the process of reporting child abuse and neglect to the agency.
The ACLU of Indiana sued the Department of Child Services on behalf of Mary Price, a caseworker who oversees 43 children.