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.
Gov. Eric Holcomb says a bill he signed Friday to exempt sales tax for software delivered as a service sends a message that Indiana wants to be a leader in the tech sector.
Indiana University dedicated its newest addition to the Kelley School of Business, named in honor of Conrad Prebys, who donated $20 million for the center.
Organizers in Indianapolis will host a rally to protest school violence at the statehouse this weekend, and it coincides with a national march in Washington D.C. surrounding the same issue.
Indiana University is home to a new cyber security operations center that is designed to help several Big Ten schools quickly deal with online threats.
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights is investigating two Monroe County schools for potential violations.
Indiana's high school sophomores likely will take the much-maligned ISTEP standardized exams for two more years even as it's being replaced for younger students.
District Court Judge Richard L. Young entered judgment in favor of Cook Medical in the second bellwether case on IVC filters.
Georgia has hired former Indiana coach Tom Crean as its coach, capping a fast-paced search that began when Mark Fox was fired on Saturday.