A 2017 law that took effect in January allows police to take DNA samples from anyone arrested for a felony.
Rep. Todd Rokita reversed a previous decision, announcing Tuesday he will participate in a Senate GOP primary debate organized by the nonpartisan Indiana Debate Commission.
A new deal between Gary Community Schools and the Internal Revenue Service will provide some relief as leaders continue to address a complex financial situation.
Prosecutors say a recent change to Indiana law should fix loopholes in the state’s impaired driving statute.
The National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans, a newly-formed grassroots organization, hosted pro-gun rallies simultaneously at every state capitol Saturday.
Despite a number of Statehouse bills, billions in grant dollars and plenty of rhetoric, broadband Internet access in rural parts of Indiana and—the country—lags behind suburban and urban areas.
Several Democrats are vying to win their party's primary to run against the Rep. Trey Hollingsworth (9th District), and he even has a primary challenger from his own party.
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.
Indiana farmers are becoming concerned that recent precipitation – both rain and snow – will delay this year’s planting date.
Kentucky will soon have the largest number of syringe exchange sites in the country, which is remarkable considering the state's size and population.