Indiana Democrats have sent the Republican Pence administration a formal request to release documents showing what the state got for its money when it hired a New York public relations firm to deal with any damage inflicted by the new Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Indiana has decided to join a lawsuit challenging an Obama administration rule that gives federal agencies authority to protect some streams, tributaries and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.
An attorney who once served as Indiana's public access counselor has been tapped as the new commissioner for the state Department of Revenue, replacing the retiring Mike Alley.
Two men who were convicted of securities fraud after stealing $13.1 million from Ball State University have surrendered homes and sports memorabilia purchased with the money, but school officials say they haven't received any restitution.
Owners of Indiana small businesses say a proposal by the Obama administration to give overtime pay to up to 5 million more people could force them to cut workers' hours or make changes to pay structures.
The shift comes more than a year after the school shut down four coal-fired boilers dating to the 1940s. That eliminated the school's annual burning of up to 36,000 tons of coal that released sulfur dioxide and other air pollutants.
Ninety-five percent of students concentrating on career and technical education courses, or CTE, graduate from high school. That compares with a 90-percent graduation rate for all graduates.
Townsend, who was a hog farmer in northeastern Indiana's Blackford County, broke a barrier by picking a woman as his running mate.
Monta Ellis averaged 18.9 points and 4.1 assists with Dallas last season. He will help soup up the Indiana Pacers' plodding offense next season, according to a source close to the deal.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson is warning Indiana firms about letters that appear to have come from her office and ask for $125 or $150 fees.
The rate fell mostly because many people out of work gave up on their job searches and were no longer counted as unemployed. Average hourly pay was flat.
Fireworks store owners in northwest Indiana say half to 80 percent of their business comes from Illinois, where fireworks are strictly regulated. That's also good for restaurants and other retailers.
A letter received by major U.S. carriers demands copies of all communications the airlines had with each other, Wall Street analysts and major shareholders about their plans for passenger-carrying capacity, or "the undesirability of your company or any other airline increasing capacity."
The state schools superintendent, who is seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Gov. Mike Pence next year, has been skeptical of the school grading system, while the board dominated by Pence's appointees has advocated for the grades.
Indiana won't have to pay any more damages from the 2011 deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse under a decision by the state Supreme Court.
A central Indiana elementary school teacher has been elected as vice chairwoman of the State Board of Education, a new position that shares authority with Superintendent Glenda Ritz.
With a month of rain, Indiana's crops have gone from among the best in the nation to among the worst. An agricultural economist estimated Tuesday that production could decline by $475 million in the state.
The Indiana Department of Transportation said Tuesday it chose five preliminary alternatives for the highway's Martinsville-to-Indianapolis segment after reviewing public input and evaluations of the 14 initial proposed routes.
Groups hoping to squeeze partisan politics out of how states shape congressional districts are hailing a Supreme Court decision that lets independent commissions, not legislatures, draw those lines.
The Indiana Department of Transportation has asked Amtrak to continue operating the Hoosier State Line between Indianapolis and Chicago until the state can negotiate contracts with Amtrak, Iowa Pacific Holdings and communities served by the route.
Salaried workers who earn nearly $1,000 per week would become eligible for overtime pay under a proposal President Barack Obama unveiled Monday, lamenting that too many Americans are working too many hours for less pay than they deserve.
Indiana lawmakers will review whether the state should establish an independent commission for drawing congressional districts that's similar to an Arizona system upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Indiana House has hired two outside attorneys, who bill an average of nearly $400 an hour, to defend itself from a lawsuit filed over its refusal to provide correspondence over a solar power bill.
The court said by a 5-4 vote Monday that the Environmental Protection Agency failed to take cost into account when the agency first decided to regulate the emissions from coal- and oil-fired plants.
More Americans signed contracts to purchase homes in May, as pending sales climbed to their highest level since 2006. Signed contracts, however, were down in the Midwest.