We caught up with the campers of Girls Inc. to see what they think of Clinton's milestone.
Some lawmakers question whether some of those topics – including Indiana’s sexual assault crisis – will get the attention they need.
As the Hoosier State's infrastructure continues aging, Rep. Larry Bucshon says tax reform could be the key to a long-term federal highway bill.
Opponents argue the bill will prevent agencies from enacting much-needed protections.
The Jacob Sexton Act is named for a Farmland, Indiana National Guardsman who took his own life while on leave from Afghanistan in 2009.
An interim study commission is examining Indiana's business personal property tax to determine whether further changes should be made.
The new update "keeps a tally of expenditures on everything from vehicles to office equipment."
A legislative study committee is determining whether to eliminate the business personal property taxes and replace it with other revenue.
Gov. Pence named Indiana State Medical Association President John Wernert the new head of the Family and Social Services Administration.
The NRA and an anti-gun violence group testified today on a proposed bill to allow locked guns in cars on school grounds.