Workers in Indiana and across the nation walked out of work to protest minimum wage laws, which they say are inadequate.
The Mexican Consulate in Indianapolis and the U.S. Department of Labor aims to educate and train workers about wage rules and workplace safety.
State lawmakers say Indiana can’t afford to continue delaying implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
The ACLU says Indianapolis police unlawfully told four individuals to move because they were holding signs asking for money.
A city official says the popularity of the drug is similar to that of crack-cocaine across the nation in the 1990s.
Indianapolis-area legislators are holding hearings to evaluate possible improvements for mass transit.
Democrats in Florida respond to reports that Tony Bennett ordered a redo of Indiana‘s accountability formula to boost one school's grade.
Delta plans to introduce weekly routes to Montego Bay, Jamaica, and Nassau, Bahamas, just before Christmas.
The lawsuit is being filed after a judge ruled inmates at a federal prison must be allowed the right to group prayer.
The city has lost out on several conventions due to begging in downtown, say some in the business community.