Indiana legislators met Wednesday to discuss forming new legislation that would encourage economic development in rural areas.
Meeting in Bloomington on Wednesday, state lawmakers heard from small business owners who didn't feel their views were well-represented at the Statehouse.
State legislators are bringing in a third party to analyze what impact the criminal code overhaul will have on prison populations.
Both the House and Senate voted overwhelmingly to override the veto of a bill correcting a tax issue in two Indiana counties.
It’s unclear exactly how much money the government will trim from the military budget over the next ten years.
A study committee will make its recommendations for changes to the Department of Child Services in November.
State law sets basic requirements that all evaluation models must follow.
Only three entities would be exempt from the smoking ban: gaming floors, cigar or hookah bars.
A two-month pilot-study tests whether legislators could potentially use iPads to cut back on paper costs.
Members of the public are asking for more time and more information about redistricting maps released this week.