The University of Southern Indiana is building a small, modular home to demonstrate how the tiny housing model could mean more accessible living for all ages.
The United States has reached an agreement for funding CHIP, the federally-run health insurance program for children and pregnant mothers.
Leaders at a West Lafayette church where two banners full of racial slurs and veiled threats were posted Sunday aren't saying whether they’ll increase security.
The private company CoreCivic announced Monday it will formally withdraw plans to build a multi-million dollar immigration detention center south of Elkhart.
Indiana University astrobiologist Lisa Pratt is NASA's newest 'Planetary Protection Officer.'
A school funding fix was approved, a push to expand cold beer sales died, efforts to legalize CBD gained momentum, and more from this week at the Statehouse.
Indianapolis submitted a joint bid with suburb Fishers. Their bid made the cut among 238 total proposals from cities in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.
A House committee heard testimony on a bill Wednesday that would help the state identify schools facing financial problems.
Fourteen states currently require both physicians and pharmacists to check someone’s drug history, but Indiana isn’t one of them.
A potential law before the Indiana Senate would require written parental consent for sexual education in schools.