Indiana’s Higher Education Commissioner and a state lawmaker see different sides of the debate over higher education funding.
In a year in which Republicans retook control of the Indiana House, two Monroe County Democrats managed to keep their seats.
For the first time in three election cycles, Bloomington State Representative Peggy Welch will have an opponent in November's general election.
The first significant snowfall this winter in south-central Indiana sent snowplows scrambling to clear the roads and officials scrambling to pay for it.
Some Democratic lawmakers see a vote on property tax caps as a gamble between following their conscience or continuing their political career.
In the second part of WFIU's two-part health care series, lawmakers weigh in on other possible solutions to the Healthy Indiana Plan waiting list problem.
Almost a year after a bill passed the Indiana Legislature establishing a state-run cord blood bank, little progress has been made. WFIU’s Daniel Robison has more on where the process stands.