The forecast for May was more than actual intake, but the yearly predictions have been fairly accurate.
Roughly 90 percent of state employees will be getting a pay increase in 2012.
The state collected $67 million more than predicted for the first quarter of the fiscal year.
Indiana university presidents said they should not be bound by state legislative control.
An Indiana researcher says a person's field of study is more important than the level of his or her degree.
Manufacturing is largely responsible for the state‘s increase in new jobs.
The net migration of students coming into Indiana was 8,382, though 15-20% leave after graduation.
Governor Daniels said public servants deserve the extra money after reining in the state budget and coming up with a larger than expected surplus.
The bus is equipped with computers, microscopes, and other scientific collection devices.
Howard County officials say a 10.4 million dollar check from Chrysler will help the city pay debt.