The new law allows Indiana residents to obtain and use a drug that can reverse heroin overdoses in their relatives, friends and loved ones.
In nearly a decade, the Johnson County's court-mediation program, also called the alternative dispute-resolution program, has doubled its number of cases. Last year, the program took on nearly 700 cases
The bill's provisions include banning sales to those younger than 18, establishing manufacturing safety standards, and requiring child-proof and tamper-proof caps on containers.
Joseph Furando and two companies he co-owns have pleaded guilty to federal charges in a biofuels scam that became one of the largest frauds in Indiana history and bilked taxpayers and fuel buyers out of tens of millions of dollars, prosecutors said.
The bill repealing the state law that sets wages for public construction projects is on its way to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence after his strong push for the measure.
Edsal Manufacturing Co. Inc. announced plans Thursday to expand to northwest Indiana, a move that comes as a longtime job-poaching rivalry between the two states appears to be intensifying.
Indiana Landmarks has chosen Butler as the winner of its annual Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for its preservation of the National Historic Landmark.
Senate members approved a bill Wednesday that would make it illegal to possess, purchase, sell or use powdered alcohol in Indiana. It also requires further study on the issue this summer.
The Indiana Senate endorsed a proposal for a new two-year state spending plan on Wednesday, just after its chief budget writer warned that cuts might soon have to be made.
Senators voted 27-22 Wednesday to support eliminating the boards that set wages for state or local projects costing more than $350,000.
Iowa Pacific Holdings Inc. President Ed Ellis he wants to increase round trips for the Indianapolis-to-Chicago line from four a week to 12 per day. And he wants to decrease one-way travel to less than two hours.
The Indiana Senate has narrowly voted down a proposal to legalize high-fenced preserves where farm-raised deer are hunted, officially killing any movement on the issue for this session.
The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that industrial production—which includes factories, utilities and mines—slid 0.6 percent in March, the biggest drop since a 1.1-percent drop in May 2009.
The Senate gave final congressional approval late Tuesday to the $214 billion bipartisan measure, which rewrites how Medicare pays doctors for treating over 50 million elderly people.
The proposal from Rep. Terry Goodin, D-Austin, would require drug testing for welfare recipients deemed at high risk for drug abuse or who've been previously charged with drug crimes.
Filings in U.S. District Court in Chicago late Tuesday night notified a federal judge that there was a new proposed settlement for a head injury lawsuit against the NCAA brought by football players and other college athletes.
A Republican-backed proposal that would allow the Indiana superintendent of public instruction—currently Democrat Glenda Ritz—to be replaced as leader of the state Board of Education advanced Tuesday toward final negotiations in the Indiana Legislature.
The Republican-controlled Senate defeated several proposed changes Tuesday to a measure that would repeal the state's construction wage law.
Indiana lawmakers say the tougher federal standards on smog-forming pollution will harm the state's economy.
U.S. spending on prescription drugs soared last year, driven up primarily by costly breakthrough medicines, manufacturer price hikes and a surge from millions of people newly insured due to the Affordable Care Act.
The bill would revoke a 2004 law that prohibits the highway from passing through southern Marion County's Perry Township.
Republicans in the Indiana House on Monday rejected a series of Democratic-sponsored amendments to a contentious bill that would allow the state Board of Education to elect its own chairman.
Indiana Senate leaders on Monday delayed discussing a proposal that would repeal the state's law that sets wages for public construction projects. Republican Senate President Pro Tem David Long said lawmakers need more time to consider 27 proposed amendments.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. announced Monday it was collaborating with the Indiana Office of Tourism Development in hiring Porter Novelli to strengthen Indiana's reputation "as a welcoming place to live, visit and do business."
A Christian denomination that pulled a convention from Indianapolis amid the furor over a new Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act is bringing the meeting back to the city after the law was amended.