Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on the week at the Statehouse.
Friends of Jacobs say he will be remembered as an ethical and generous man.
Alzheimer’s and dementia patient advocates say new legislation will help ensure law enforcement know how to deal with that growing segment of the population.
Federal law requires the nation's electors to gather on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December to cast their votes.
Republicans say Daniels must adapt to his new role. Democrats say the governor is qualified to be Purdue president, but question how he got there.
No one was injured when an electrical malfunction caused an explosion and fire near the Indiana Statehouse.
Richmond, Indiana financial advisor Don Bates has announced he‘s running for Indiana‘s 6th congressional seat, which is currently occupied by Mike Pence.
The legislation prohibits local governments from establishing ordinances regulating firearms…instead leaving that authority to the state and federal government.
Bill sponsor Luke Kenley said the Senate stayed true to its goal of creating a budget that would not raise taxes or lead to deficit spending.
The amendment allows citizens to sue if their representatives fail to show up for session more than three consecutive days without an excused absence.