The wear and tear on Daviess County roads isn’t caused by Mother Nature – it's the result of horses.
A national report finds Indiana ahead of other states in road safety policies.
The 2017 legislative session came to a close late Saturday night as lawmakers wrapped up long-debated issues.
The bill passed the House, 69 to 29, and the Senate 37 to 12.
The House approved comprehensive road funding legislation that raises fuel taxes and opens the door to tolling Indiana interstate highways.
House Republicans made a change to their road funding bill that would open a $600 million hole in the next state budget.
House Democrats unveiled their road funding plan, billing it “No New Taxes.” Instead, Democrats want to halt future tax cuts to help pay for their plan.
This session’s major road funding bill cleared its first legislative hurdle as the House Roads Committee approved the measure, largely along party lines.
Legislative leaders say naming too many specific infrastructure projects in this session’s road funding bill could be damaging.
The caucus’ top priorities include a long-term road funding plan, replacing the ISTEP test and addressing vaping liquid regulations.