The former chairman of the Indiana House health committee blames his removal from the position on his policy differences with fellow Republicans, a claim the GOP House speaker disputes.
One of the longest-serving members of the Indiana Legislature says she's leaning toward retirement after 33 years in the Indiana Senate and House.
The Indianapolis Colts will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London on Oct. 2, the National Football League announced Wednesday.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced the turnout figure for the Nov. 3 elections Tuesday. She said nearly 560,000 of the 2.7 million eligible Indiana voters cast ballots.
Three months after Justin Wilson's death at Pocono Raceway, IndyCar is taking more steps to reduce crash debris and improve safety.
The Higher Learning Commission voted earlier this month to allow states to seek an extension of up to five years.
The owner of Evansville's casino says it plans to move from its current riverboat docked along the Ohio River to a new $50 million on-shore facility.
The U.S. economy grew at a slightly faster rate in the summer than previously reported, mainly because businesses restocked their goods at a stronger pace than first thought.
A business research group said Tuesday that its consumer confidence index fell to 90.4 in November, down from 99.1 in October. The index is at its lowest level since September 2014.
The suit filed on behalf of the Indianapolis-based not-for-profit Exodus Refugee Immigration accuses Pence of violating the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.
GasBuddy said the statewide average for regular unleaded gas was $1.80 per gallon Monday morning, the lowest price this year. That’s down 97 cents from last year’s average price.
The logistics and costs of same-day delivery—the fuel, labor, infrastructure and other costs—have been difficult challenges to surmount.
Northstar, the vendor hired to oversee sales and marketing in New Jersey, is an affiliate of Gtech Corp., the private operator of the Hoosier Lottery.
With time running out on open-enrollment season, many seniors are facing sharply higher costs for Medicare's popular prescription drug program after a long stretch of stable premiums.
It's also the largest so-called inversion, where an American corporation combines with a company headquartered in a country with a lower corporate tax rate, saving potentially millions each year in U.S. taxes.
State highway officials say they're not ready to say when the latest section of southern Indiana's Interstate 69 extension will open to traffic.
The sign could cost about $750,000 and could range in size from 600 to 1,400 square feet and display messages on both sides.
About 18,300 people in Indiana this month have lost an average of $125 of monthly food stamp benefits after a change in work and job training requirements.
The state Department of Natural Resources stopped issuing permits for wild animals and regulating their ownership following the February ruling that said it didn't have the authority to manage such legally owned animals.
People fired up snowblowers and dug out their shovels Saturday after a storm system dumped some of the season's first significant snowfall on the Midwest.
Officials in some Indiana cities with ordinances that provide protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents are concerned that a bill lawmakers will consider in the 2016 session could undermine their local authority.
Two of the nation's three largest health insurers are trying to ease investor and customer concerns a day after their biggest competitor questioned its future on the Affordable Care Act's public insurance exchanges.
Developers of a recently completed $430 million diesel refinery near Dickinson, North Dakota, are delaying plans for a second factory in the Minot area of the state.
Neighborhoods in most U.S. cities, including Indianapolis, are increasingly isolated from each other by income and home values, according to analysis by national real estate brokerage Redfin.
Indiana educators struggling over an impending change in requirements for high school teachers of dual-credit classes may be getting an extension as long as five years.