State revenues are now more than $140 million below expectations for the first five months of the fiscal year.
Gov. Mike Pence and top Republicans have aligned behind a proposal from the state’s business community to phase out a property tax on business equipment.
Gov. Mike Pence wants to provide preschool vouchers to low-income families. But finding the cash to pay for such a program will be tough in a non-budget year.
Gov. Mike Pence is ordering organizations that receive state funding to hold some of their budgets in reserves because of low state revenue.
Federal disaster relief could be on its way to Howard County in the wake of November’s devastating tornadoes.
Governor Pence accepted State Auditor Dwayne Sawyer's resignation this morning, just three months after Sawyer took office.
The unveiling marks Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing's 12th expansion since it begun operations in 1990.
On Thursday, governor Mike Pence announced the creation of a blue ribbon transportation panel that will plan the future of infrastructure in Indiana.
Governor Pence announced today the state will fund food stamp and welfare recipients through the government shutdown.
Pence told reporters Thursday a "timeout from accountability" is not an appropriate response to the controversy surrounding Indiana's school rating system.