State lawmakers formed a committee to recommend a plan to protect Indiana’s children from sexual predators.
Starting July 1, Indiana residents will be able to manufacture, sell, or possess short-barreled shotguns with some restrictions.
Indiana's General Assembly will meet June 17 to change the state's criminal code.
Laws the General Assembly passed this year include a biennial budget, school safety measures and initiatives aimed at boosting career education.
The new law extends the statute of limitations for reporting child sex abuse cases from two to seven years.
Restrictions still in place will require residents to obtain a permit from the city to raise chickens, while many neighborhoods prohibit the birds outright.
Because of their variety, the new bills impact virtually everyone in some way.
Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett says he’s ready to act as a facilitator in effort to vaccinate thousands of schoolchildren who still haven’t had their shots.
An Indiana University law professor says a nearly 90-year old law could be used to prosecute people associated with WikiLeaks.
Indiana State Police are beginning to patrol roads and highways in vehicles other than standard cruisers.