Rallies across Indiana are calling for broader change over the policy of family separations. An independent evaluation finds wide-ranging problems at the Department of Child Protective Services. And the expanding use of drones.
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.
Hoosiers can now plan to start paying sales tax for almost everything they buy online after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled such taxation legal.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton says Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop is interested in combining capital efforts to support small business while getting both city cultures to interact.
NPR speaks with the vice president of Cummins, the world's largest independent producer of engines and generators, about the Trump administration's proposals on tariffs and trade.
Holcomb discussed trade and immigration with Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday during a trip to Washington.
An organization representing Indiana’s beef farmers says it’s in favor of a pair of US Senate bills that would roll back regulations for truck drivers hauling livestock.
State officials Tuesday touted the first business to use a new kind of apprenticeship, which offers both pay and college credit.
For the first time in more than 25 years, the rural electric co-op board voted Monday night to reduce rates.