The top stories of 2013 include tornadoes that swept through the state and a new governor's first year in office.
Former Governor Mitch Daniels will serve on the board of Cerner Corp., the Kansas City based health care information technology company.
The state signed a $1 billion contract with the company in 2006 but canceled the contract three years later.
Scott Waddell plans to step down as the Bureau of Motor Vehicle commissioner on December 2.
The Purdue University president and former governor says he should not have accepted an invitation to speak at the Center of the American Experiment.
Purdue President Mitch Daniels is expected to announce a plan that would combine online education with on-campus classes.
Emails released by the Associated Press indicate former Governor Mitch Daniels wanted to ban a book by a liberal historian.
Karl Browning previously served as INDOT Commissioner from 2006 to 2009 under former Governor Mitch Daniels.
The state’s Republican leaders remember Otis Bowen as the architect of some of the changes the party is still working to enact today.
The Purdue administration is looking to save $10 million this year so it can afford a recently announced tuition freeze.