This week may have seen the first of a series of skirmishes illustrating the gulf between minority Democrats and the Republican majority in the Statehouse.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is supporting a bill that will make it much more difficult for telemarketers to reach you on your cell phone.
A bill passed out of the Indiana House Thursday would change the way trustees are elected at Indiana and Ball State Universities.
Representatives Peggy Welch and Matt Pierce issued responses following Governor Mitch Daniel's annual address to the legislature.
In a year in which Republicans retook control of the Indiana House, two Monroe County Democrats managed to keep their seats.
Projections from the Indiana Business Research Center suggest Hoosiers shouldn’t expect a recovery from the recession for at least 12 to 18 months.
The Federal Highway Administration has instructed the Indiana Department of Transportation to allow more time to comment on construction of a portion of I-69.
Officials from the Association of Indiana Counties were careful to say putting property tax caps in the state constitution would have varying effects.
While Indiana AG's office spends heavily to promote its database of $350 million of unclaimed assets, the state actually makes money from the enterprise.
Military contractor Kevin Suddeth says he plans to focus on education spending and I-69 in his attempt to unseat State Representative Matt Pierce.