Indiana’s individual income tax burden is 22nd in the nation, despite a business tax climate in the top 10.
The money was supposed to be used for smoking cessation and other health programs.
The ACLU says Indianapolis police unlawfully told four individuals to move because they were holding signs asking for money.
A summer study committee will attempt to project how much the Department of Corrections will save once the new system is implemented.
Police say the counterfeits may have taken advantage of busy times at stores when cashiers would not pay attention to the poorly-made fake bills.
Brown County could receive up to $600,000 more in transportation funding next year, but that is not enough to cover all the needed road maintenance.
One trustee says shrinking state funding for renovating and rehabilitating university buildings is partly to blame.
Federal unemployment benefits will go away for many Indiana residents if there is no deal to extend them by Saturday.
The orchestra says its budget deficit is $10 million, while the union says it is less than $1 million.
Farmers in Indiana are having one of the worst crop yields in decades, and they are trying to figure out how to deal with their financial losses.