Lawmakers will convene this summer to study school sexual misconduct after a string of recent high-profile cases involving school staff.
The new law requires police to prove why video should not be released, rather than put the burden of proof on the public.
Most of the legislation passed by the General Assembly last session goes into affect July 1.
Food deserts are areas where fresh food accounts for less than 10 percent of accessible and available food.
An up-to-date, easy-to-read list of the bills we’re following at StateImpact and where those measures are in the process.
We're in Kokomo today for Ask the Mayor, and the Senate is expected to vote on a bill that would simplify BMV fee structures and reconcile conflicting laws.
Legislation that drastically simplifies the Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ complex registration and fee system will likely advance through the General Assembly.
Gov. Mike Pence says he doesn't expect to announce a position on a civil rights bill for members of the LGBT community until the 2016 legislative session.
Top lawmakers say whether they’d call this session a success. Could the HIV outbreak have been prevented if the state hadn’t ignored the drug problem?
Why some parents are opting their kids out of ISTEP testing, this week at the statehouse and a look back 30 years ago to the Bob Knight chair throwing incident.