The law that took effect July 1 allows pharmacies and pharmacists to provide patients with information about their cost options for prescriptions.
The changes that will be in place when classes begin Aug. 13 are part of a push to hold onto current students and lure others to return to the struggling school district.
ColumBIKE has cut its expenses and is weighing other changes in hopes of reversing its falling ridership.
The law requires retailers who annually sell at least $100,000 in the state or do business with more than 200 Indiana customers to collect and remit the state’s 7 percent sales tax.
Alternative energy company EDP Renewables North America plans to build 50 new turbines throughout Randolph County in the next year.
The National Parks Conservation Association and Hoosier Environmental Council say the steelmaker's wastewater treatment plan for its Midwest Plant in Portage lacks detail.
This year's fair theme is "Step Right Up" in recognition of three-time daily circus show that's been added under a big-top tent.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has received policy recommendations from a group tasked with helping him propose legislation for the 2019 General Assembly, but he isn't releasing them yet.
A Confederate monument remains in place at an Indianapolis park a year after some city officials called for its removal.
A central Indiana nursing home and rehabilitation facility has been cited by the state after a resident suffered apparent heat exhaustion in May.