The Last Mile program tries to reduce recidivism and train women for a career path where they’re under-represented.
Rachel Covington is running for the 8th District congressional seat. She's been campaigning primarily on her website and on Facebook while living in Japan as an English teacher.
How to fix a statewide teacher shortage is still a big question for many schools, but an Indianapolis-based group has announced a new effort to recruit more qualified teachers in a city with high turnover rates.
New research finds that fentanyl is far more common than heroin in overdose deaths in Indianapolis and that blacks are particularly affected.
More than half of Indiana counties saw an increase in their populations last year, according to a recent study from the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University.
Creating safe and accessible bikeways is a major focus of an Indiana group tasked with trying to expand and connect trails across the state.
A crowded pool of Republican candidates for the 4th district congressional seat met in Lafayette Saturday to debate issues ranging from gun control to federal spending and online security.
Governor Eric Holcomb officially anointed the Say’s firefly the state insect of Indiana Friday at a bill signing at West Lafayette’s Cumberland Elementary School.
Legislation signed into law this week will impose harsher penalties on drug dealers if a person overdoses and dies on those drugs.
February was a largely positive month for Indiana’s employment picture.