The Indiana Department of Child Services is responding to a class action lawsuit alleging the agency is failing the children in its care.
Another Indiana anti-abortion law has been – at least temporarily – halted by a federal judge.
Most of the nearly 300 new laws crafted by the General Assembly this year take effect Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow Thursday to Indiana activists pushing for comprehensive redistricting reform.
Zionsville attorney John Westercamp announced his bid for the attorney general's office Thursday.
After a lengthy legal fight, the courts eventually ruled that IBM owes the state about $78 million.
City leaders from across Indiana and the country all say bipartisanship is critical to implementing solutions for the challenges their communities face.
Federal and state authorities across the country announced Tuesday a crackdown on illegal robocalls.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't take the case of an Indiana man convicted of murder who says his lawyers weren't good enough.
Indiana’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in May, holding steady at 3.6 percent.