House Speaker Brian Bosma says he's received a lot of interest from members of his caucus over two open committee leadership posts
Advocate groups are concerned Bosma's decision to sponsor a comprehensive ethics reform bill will weaken the reform's potential strength.
Political watchers disagree about whether Joe Donnelly’s push to rally moderates to get work done in Washington during the 113th Congress will be effective.
1.7 million gamblers played in Indiana casinos last month, the worst November for the casinos in 15 years.
An uphill battle awaits Democratic candidates for two statewide positions.
An Indianapolis legislative analyst says the list of possible Senate replacements for Vi Simpson may not be limited to current elected officials.
White is still appealing parts of his conviction, complicating the choice for a replacement.
Experts say competition from Illinois and Ohio may force Indiana to reconsider its casino gaming revenue stream.
Indiana‘s struggling gaming industry could spell trouble for the state.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong says he’s been contacted by people close to the Indiana Democratic Party about the possibility that he might want to run for lieutenant governor in 2012.