The Indiana Attorney General’s office has been in communication with representatives of the Target Corporation about a recent high-profile data breach.
Two Indiana University lawyers say the state Supreme Court is unlikely to agree with a lower court ruling that Indiana's right to work law is unconstitutional.
The company promoted the use of its kidney transplant drug Rapamune for unapproved uses.
Indiana's attorney general and a group of bi-partisan lawmakers say new legislation will improve life for Hoosiers.
The measure would provide at least $10 million in matching grant money for Indiana schools to hire more school resource officers.
Zoeller says an investigation is underway and that impersonating a government agency to make political calls could result in serious legal consequences.
State Senator Beverly Gard is again working with the State Press Association to pass a law that would strengthen the state's open door law.
Two women are facing fraud charges after officials say they tried to take money from the State Fair Remembrance Fund.
64 of the 65 claimants who were offered settlements from the state fair disaster have accepted those offers.
A website gives Hoosiers access to tools that can help them from becoming a victim of identity theft.