Clinton will address the annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors at 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
John Gregg and Christina Hale officially accepted their nominations this weekend to be Democratic nominees for governor and lieutenant governor.
The Gregg campaign’s 35-point plan includes building a skilled workforce, growing small businesses and streamlining economic development efforts.
Democrat Baron Hill says Hoosiers deserve access to their candidates, which is why he’s challenging his opponents to four debates and five town hall meetings.
Donald Trump has said Hoosier native Judge Gonzalo Curiel wasn’t impartial when ruling on a case involving Trump because of Curiel’s Mexican heritage.
Obama is focused on November's presidential election. Experts say his words may not make much of an impact on Hoosier voters.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson says the recounts will begin as soon as possible, but she can’t say how long the process will take.
Gregg says naming Hale as his running mate was a governing decision, not a political one, and that her gender wasn’t a factor.
May’s primary drew 38-percent of registered Indiana voters, just short of 2008’s high water mark of 40-percent.
Trump confirms that the received interest income from Carrier's parent company, United Technologies, on a bond he owned.