Access to Recovery, a program that's helped Hoosiers in recovery since 2010, will be ending when federal funding dries up at the end of the year.
The federal government plans to reimburse Indiana for the half million dollars it paid to National Guard state employees during the shutdown.
The federal government has extended Indiana's pilot health insurance program for another year, while the state looks for other ways to expand health care.
The bill would create a tiered system for hiring federal employees that rewards National Guard members for their service even if they haven't deployed overseas.
The state wants to continue using the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP, as its health insurance program for low-income Hoosiers not covered by Medicaid.
The federal government has given South Central Indiana a prestigious American Viticultural Area designation.
It’s unclear exactly how much money the government will trim from the military budget over the next ten years.
WellCare Health Plans Inc.has reached a deal with nine states and the federal government over fraud allegations.
The Bloomington City Council decided in August to lower the speed limit on neighborhood roads since a federal mandate required signs to be replaced.
US Attorney Joseph Hogsett said Indiana has developed a reputation where it is easy to gain possession of a weapon through illegal means.