Hoosiers won't see many differences in the federal taxes they file this year because changes from the major federal tax overhaul bill apply to taxes filed in 2019.
Hoosiers have until the end of the day Monday to register to vote in the May 8 primary election.
Caucus Chair Rep. Cherrish Pryor (D-Indianapolis) says the events give citizens an opportunity to connect with their government.
Total tax revenues are now about $68 million behind the state's budget plan in the current fiscal year.
State leaders are focused on ensuring Indiana has a workforce capable of meeting the state’s job needs for the next few decades.
An Indiana Republican leader says a recent report giving Indiana a failing grade for policies aimed at helping women isn’t fair.
A new Indiana law requires school coaches to undergo training for heat-related medical issues.
Health care providers will no longer have to report to law enforcement if they suspect an adult patient is the victim of human trafficking.
A bill to expand Indiana’s absentee voting law couldn’t make it over the finish line in 2018 as House Republicans blocked the bill from a hearing.
Lawmakers this session eliminated what they saw as a quirk of state law – sales tax on food sold in vending machines.