Several Indiana prosecutors are raising discussion about the protection of so-called “endangered adults.”
Indiana is currently ranked No. 1 in the nation for armed robberies at pharmacies according to the Drug Enforcement Agency.
Indiana is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of women who hunt. One-point-five million of the nation’s hunters are now women.
Indiana revenue for the month of July was lower than expected, however better than expected income tax payments helped improve the August numbers.
Conservative talk radio host, and Bloomington native, Jim Pfaff is the latest candidate to throw his hat in the race for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.
The state has set aside $84 million to boost economic development in mid-sized cities.
Bartholomew County commissioners hope to reach a happy ending for all sides of the CAFO ordinance, but it proves difficult.
IU received approval for a new program called intelligent systems engineering, but university officials say their goal is not to compete with Purdue.
Offenders at the Correctional Industrial Facility in Pendleton, Ind., are learning to cultivate more than a dozen fruits and vegetables.
The EPA recently finalized a rule broadening the definition of “waters of the United States.”