The governor called FEMA's decision "arbitrary" and ''erroneous", saying it's "inconsistent" with the way the administration treats other states.
The state Department of Transportation – and the Indiana Republican Party – are striking back at continued attacks over the current condition of Indiana’s roads
Talks are underway in the business community on possible solutions to the statewide debate over LGBT protections.
Governor Mike Pence kicked off his economic development mission to Japan on Sunday. It marks the seventh jobs tour for the governor since taking office.
Legislators are awaiting a study of State Police salaries to assess whether troopers need a second raise to keep the agency competitive.
If the request is granted, the money would be used to reimburse expenses relating to road damage and debris removal.
Democrats are calling for an end to a fee a third party private company charges for BMV services.
The governor ordered an investigation into Planned Parenthood after a video appeared to show a Planned Parenthood official discussing the sale of fetal tissue.
Significant tax relief for Hoosier employers could be on the horizon if the state’s revenues do well the next few months.
National Guard members will be allowed to carry personal guns at facilities across the state for self defense.