Indiana lawmakers are returning to the Statehouse for the start of their annual legislative session.
State lawmakers formed a committee to recommend a plan to protect Indiana’s children from sexual predators.
The FBI questioned lawmakers and an e-cigarette producer about the creation of the state's vaping law at the end of August.
Anti-discrimination legislation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Hoosiers couldn’t make it out of committee last session.
A decade ago, industrial electric bills in Indiana were the sixth-lowest in the U.S. They've risen by two-thirds since then, and the state now ranks 26th.
Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on the week at the Statehouse.
Republican Senator Randy Head has introduced a bill to start a pilot program to encourage preschool reading programs.
A study shows LOIT funding is helping pay for local government operations in Indiana but likely confusing the taxpayers who contribute to it.
A proposal approved by a summer study committee would establish a timetable for offenders to petition a judge to be removed from the registry.
The General Assembly passed legislation authorizing the state Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission to develop temporary stage equipment regulations.