The wife of a former Indiana congressman who came under ethics investigation is contemplating a Statehouse run.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb hosted roughly 100 students at a Statehouse event highlighting the importance of high-tech skills.
Bloomington filed a lawsuit earlier this year claiming a last-minute addition to the state budget that halted its annexation efforts was unconstitutional.
A legislative study committee heard testimony on wind energy, potential conflicts of interests, and how a controversial new law will impact schools.
The commission’s goal is to modernize Indiana's complex rules for beer, wine and liquor sales.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is planning to spend about $300,000 on renovations in his Statehouse office and a van to serve as a mobile office.
The Statehouse lawn is now home to 21 different species of trees.
Last month saw the fourth consecutive month of better-than-predicted sales tax collections.
The organization will recognize the economic and cultural contributions that agriculture makes to Indiana during the March 21 celebration.
Senate lawmakers approved legislation to allow legislative staffers to carry guns in the Statehouse.