A northwestern Indiana city has become the latest government entity to sue pharmaceutical companies and distributors.
Some schools in Indiana will watch today's results closely, with the fate of millions of dollars in funding up to voters in their communities.
A northwestern Indiana mayor says a pipe bomb that exploded last month at a post office is believed to have been intended for a city contractor.
Indiana officials say a 90-year-old plan to speed travel times, add trains and attract more passengers on the South Shore railroad could finally happen.
The U.S. attorney's office in Hammond says David Capp resigned after 31 years as a federal prosecutor.
Cornell William Brooks spoke about racial profiling and the ongoing fight for voting rights among minorities in the country.
More than half of Indiana counties lost residents in 2011.
An Indiana lawmaker is driving dogs from Indiana to New England as part of a program that takes dogs from overcrowded kennels in the state.