The ruling means states can require businesses that sell goods online to collect a sales tax for each purchase, but tax requirements differ from state to state.
Columbus city leaders are dedicating new “green space” to Sgt. Jonathon Hunter, who was killed last year in a suicide bombing attack in Afghanistan.
Indiana Right to Life leaders are calling for an investigation into Hoosier physicians who they claim are failing to report abortions performed on girls under the age of 16.
Court Appointed Special Advocates serve as a voice for children as they go through the court system, but more than a hundred kids are waiting for an advocate.
More than 60 percent of 2016 graduates received advanced placement or dual credits, according to the Indiana Commission For Higher Education. That's up from 47 percent just four years ago.
A non-profit flying museum is allowing Hoosiers to get an up close and personal look at a WWII Boeing B-17 this weekend.
Traffic congestion has been a reoccurring issue as rail lines increase the number of trains moving through the community, and it can be a matter of life and death for emergency responders.
Indiana University researchers created a breakthrough process to observe how bacteria acquires information from DNA.
Planned Parenthood is seeking a preliminary injunction that would block two provisions of the law that's set to take effect July 1.
Research shows the number of teens getting behind the wheel is down significantly over the past couple decades, but it’s difficult to know exactly why.