The state’s investment in workforce development. The growing world of esports. And a piece of art that moves and reacts to your presence.
A federal agency has awarded Indiana nearly $11 million for the second straight year to fight the state's opioid abuse crisis.
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) is urging the U.S. House of Representatives to approve the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act that loosens regulations for community banks and credit unions.
Gov. Eric Holcomb nominated 156 "Opportunity Zones" to receive federal funding to attract investment into the areas.
Students across the nation and state walked out of school Friday as part of a national movement protesting gun violence in schools, but efforts will likely need to shift to keep up the momentum.
Indiana General Assembly leaders say they will spend part of the May 14 special session reconsidering a bill that would let Ball State University take responsibility for Muncie Community Schools.
Hundreds of students from high schools across Monroe County spent Friday participating in the second National School Walkout.
A court struck down portions of Indiana’s 2016 anti-abortion measure, which in part banned abortions performed solely because of a fetus’s gender, race, or potential disability.
Indiana lawmakers will consider five bills in their May 14 special session – without public testimony or amendments.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was an ambitious piece of legislation aimed at ending inequality where Americans live. How much has changed in our neighborhoods since the bill’s passing?
Indiana is spending a lot of time and money on workforce development, but some question whether it's the best approach.