Indiana has collected more in taxes so far this new fiscal year than budget writers planned for.
A recent study shows state Supreme Courts across the country lack gender and racial diversity – and Indiana is no exception.
The central Indiana businessman faces an uphill battle to even make it on the ballot – candidates for governor must secure 4,500 total voter signatures, 500 from each of Indiana’s nine congressional districts.
Stacey Donato was elected Monday night by a Republican precinct caucus.
The state wants to shield a lot of information from public eyes in a class action lawsuit against the Department of Child Services.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson says opportunity zones are helping revitalize communities in the Hoosier State and across the country.
The state will get $312 million from the Hoosier Lottery, based on revenue from the fiscal year that ended in June. That’s the most ever, $6 million better than last year.
The Indiana Department of Revenue is changing the way people interact with the agency and pay their taxes.
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie says he’s encouraged by progress at his agency, even as more work is needed.
The Indiana Gaming Commission is now accepting proposals for a new Vigo County casino. That comes as the commission Wednesday approved a Gary casino’s move inland.