Indiana outpaces the Midwest for population growth. But a new Indiana Business Research Center study finds the suburbs around Indianapolis take the spotlight.
On Monday, lawmakers approved $5 million in additional school safety funding.
Religious leaders and protesters gathered before the meeting where a merit board will decide whether or not to fire two officers responsible for the 2017 death of an unarmed black man, Aaron Bailey.
Religious leaders in Indiana accompanied Erika Fierro to her mandatory immigration check-in Tuesday and held a vigil to protest her situation.
The Internal Revenue Service has extended the deadline to file taxes until midnight April 18, following a system outage Tuesday. The Indiana Department of Revenue will also extend its deadline.
The National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans, a newly-formed grassroots organization, hosted pro-gun rallies simultaneously at every state capitol Saturday.
Supporters for U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.)’s re-election campaign gathered Tuesday to make the case women should support Donnelly for a second term.
The Environmental Protection Agency visited East Chicago, Indiana, Saturday, to update residents on contamination cleanup.
Indiana has too few behavioral health specialists to address mental health needs, and only 10 percent of this group focus specifically on addiction.
Indiana Treasurer Kelly Mitchell and other state officials aim to raise awareness of a disability investment savings program.