Purdue found a fountain of new revenue last fall at Ross-Ade Stadium, after alcohol sales were expanded to the entire stadium.
Opponents argue that the vehicle will militarize the college town's police force.
Officials say the new lanes be built in the highway's median, which means no additional land purchases are needed.
Mayor Joe Hogsett's administration is winding down the contract to lease electric or hybrid vehicles for the city's fleet—a program that at first was hailed by some as a breakthrough for the green economy and then ran into political trouble.
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled in a landmark decision that Lake Michigan's shoreline is open to all, and adjacent property owners can't exercise exclusive control of the beach between their homes and the water.
Over the past 12 years, Todd Rokita has spent roughly $3 million in public money on media campaigns, mailers and other forms of mass communication, usually ramping up the spending before appearing on a ballot, a review found.
The proposal would require parents to be notified—and give them the opportunity to review—any curriculum dealing with sexual activity, sexual orientation or gender identity.
The election board in the home county of Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly wants an investigation into whether Republican candidate Mike Brain filed bogus signatures to get on the primary ballot.
A House panel voted Wednesday to move up the effective date of a bill that would overturn the state's Prohibition-era ban on such sales.
The Indianapolis-based manufacturer exceeded Wall Street expectations in both earnings and sales in the latest quarter.
The overall dependability of vehicles increased this year for the first time since 2013, thanks to improving quality.
U.S. consumer prices, excluding the volatile food and energy categories, rose 0.3 percent last month. That was the biggest climb in a year.
Americans pulled back on buying cars, furniture and other goods in January, pushing retail sales down by 0.3 percent.
The Senate voted 45-2 last month in favor of the bill that requires election officials to count absentee ballots "marked and forwarded" by Indiana voters who then die before Election Day.
When the Indianapolis Colts offered Frank Reich a chance to be their second choice as head coach, the super sub figured it was the perfect it. "The backup role has suited me well in my career," he joked Tuesday at his introductory news conference.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA denied Notre Dame's appeal Tuesday, wiping off the books all victories from the Fighting Irish's 2012 national championship game run under coach Brian Kelly.
Senate President Pro Tem David Long of Fort Wayne announced his decision Tuesday, saying that his resignation will take effect in November.
The Indiana House and Senate have approved bills allowing an additional $25 million in school funding this year, but a new state legislative analysis predicts a shortfall of nearly $60 million next year.
Companies selling some of the most lucrative prescription painkillers funneled millions of dollars to advocacy groups that in turn promoted the medications' use, according to a report released Monday
Tens of thousands of soybean and cotton farmers across the country are taking free but mandatory training in how to properly use a weed killer blamed for drifting and damaging crops in neighboring fields.
Brian Buchanan took the oath Monday from Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush. Republican precinct committee members picked the former Boone County councilman to fill the vacancy left by former Senate majority leader Brandt Hershman.
The plan intends to use $200 billion in federal money to leverage more than $1 trillion on local and state tax dollars to fix America's roads, highways, ports and airports.
As a candidate, President Trump advocated Medicare negotiations and allowing consumers to import medicines from abroad. His current strategy recommends changes to policies that the administration believes unwittingly lead to higher prices, and suggests ways to speed drugs to market and increase competition.
ElringKlinger intends to add $20.6 million in manufacturing, logistics and information technology equipment to its Fort Wayne plant.
The state's Division of Mental Health and Addiction has added two dependency recovery initiatives—one virtual and one concrete.<