The private company that's taken over the Hoosier Lottery's operation has ended some of the lottery's games before all the big-money prizes could be won.
Financial results show residents spent $1.2 billion on lottery tickets during 2017's budget year. That's a decrease of nearly $7 million from 2016.
Marion County jurors found two women guilty of theft, false passing of a lottery ticket and money laundering for their roles in the 2014 scam.
A Senate lawmaker wants the Hoosier Lottery to create a new scratch-off game to benefit homeless veterans.
Do sales for the national lottery detract from our own state lottery?
As Illinois legislators continue to quarrel over the budget and delay lottery payments, the Hoosier Lottery is cashing in.
A rash of brain cancer cases in one Indiana county has health officials concerned.
A missing ingredient in some asphalt used for nearly 200 Indiana road projects could prompt the state to have to repair certain roads long before projections.
As part of its contract to manage the lottery, management firm GTECH set revenue goals it had to meet or pay a penalty to the state.
The lottery is expected to lose about $500,000 on the game.