The state commission that oversees judicial conduct has filed 13 disciplinary charges against a Muncie City Court judge, including abuse of judicial power, repeated violations of statutes and court rules, and injudicious public conduct.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said Dr. Bernice Avant was charged Thursday with one count of Medicaid fraud and four counts of theft.
The Federal Highway Administration has approved plans for a 47-mile expressway between Illinois and Indiana.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz is seeking $20 million more for testing as part of her spending proposal, which calls for an overall 3 percent increase and free textbooks for all Indiana students.
Excluding gas stations, sales climbed a healthy 0.9 percent in November. Spending on motor vehicles accelerated 1.7 percent, while purchases at clothiers, online retailers, electronics stores and department stores all improved.
The findings suggest that many Americans are being trapped by debt because they are confused by the notices they get from hospitals and insurance companies about the cost of treatment.
Teen retailers are facing ho-hum results at a time when overall U.S. retail sales are up 5.1 percent over the past 12 months, the Commerce Department said Thursday.
IBM Corp. and the state of Indiana are turning to mediation in hopes of settling their dispute over IBM's failed attempt to privatize Indiana's welfare services.
Indiana is awarding $600,000 to four companies, including two in Marion County, that recycle metals, wood and other materials.
Officials from three state universities seek almost $50 million in state funding for a planned medical school campus they would share in downtown Evansville. That's up from the original plan of $35 million.
Gov. Mike Pence said Indiana has received nearly $4.7 million in federal grants so far to help the state and local governments recover from the Jan. 5-9 winter storm.
An attorney for former Secretary of State Charlie White faced tough questioning Tuesday from Indiana's three-judge appeals court during White's latest bid to overturn the voter fraud convictions that forced him from office.
Target will go from two sponsored IndyCar entries to just one in 2015 as the retailer shifts spending to promoting its drivers.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said Tuesday that it was troubling to see the University of Alabama-Birmingham drop its football program, but he believes Olympic-type sports are more vulnerable to cuts as schools look at athletic budgets.
The unanimous ruling Tuesday is a victory for the growing number of retailers and other companies that routinely screen workers to prevent employee theft.
Love it or hate it, the new Seymour welcome sign along Interstate 65, which was designed by an Indianapolis-based firm, is causing a lot of buzz.
The Kokomo City Council voted unanimously Monday night to give initial approval for a 10-year property tax abatement to Chrysler. The automaker said the break would help it retain 212 jobs with a combined salary of $9.8 million.
The Indiana appeals court is set to take up former Secretary of State Charlie White's fight to overturn the voter fraud conviction that forced him from office.
The Indiana Supreme Court has been tasked with deciding which county court will hear a lawsuit filed by the Camp Tecumseh youth camp that seeks to stop a farmer from raising more than 9,000 hogs on nearby land.
A survey found that 81 percent of doctors say they are over-extended or at full capacity, and 44 percent plan to cut back on the number of patients they see, retire, work part-time or close their practice to new patients.
A central Indiana group that provides animal adoptions and helps low-income pet owners is running short of money and volunteers, and organizers say it may be forced to close.
The $35 million project is to include a revamped south lobby, interactive displays, an event suite, box seating, and an outdoor plaza connecting the arena to Cook Hall.
The university first learned in September 2011 it had been the victim of an $8.1 million securities fraud, although officials say it began in 2008.
After a crippling drought that was felt for several years, local growers are crowing about their first good season in recent memory.
Plans for the arena call for replacing the existing south lobby, adding a box seat club on the concourse level, improved lighting, and renovated concessions and restrooms.