The Indiana Broadband Office is asking everyday Hoosiers to submit challenges to the map to get the state the full amount of federal broadband money and access it needs.
To reduce crashes and fatalities, the group says Indiana should adopt a list of new laws, ranging from a motorcycle helmet mandate to a requirement that learners complete more drive time before qualifying for a license.
State employees can go back to school and pay no upfront costs in a new deal with Ivy Tech Community College, announced Thursday.
Indiana Election Division results show Hoosier voters turned out at the lowest rates in Decatur, Tippecanoe and Marion counties.
An Indianapolis-based ratepayer protection group has asked federal regulators to audit spending by a Carmel-based energy transmission system operator for an annual meeting at luxury resort 600 miles beyond its service territory.
Months after Indiana’s attorney general said he’d send about 660 local governments their shares of the state’s $507 million opioid crisis settlement with drug manufacturers and distributors, none have received the money.
Indiana’s pension system lost $200 million in two months after Russia invaded Ukraine in early 2022, but that’s loose change for a system with $45.8 billion in assets invested all over the world.
Only Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont had higher scores, according to the report from startup Turquoise Health.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers and justice system leaders that assembled on Thursday to consider how best to address county prosecutors with “blanket” non-prosecution policies agreed that handing authority to Indiana’s Attorney General isn’t the best solution.
IndyGo and transit advocates argue three consecutive years of legislative efforts by state Republicans to kill the project led to costly delays, while opponents say the undertaking was never financially feasible.
An interim study committee examining solutions to Indiana’s housing crisis on Thursday approved a lengthy list of recommendations for future legislation.
Thirty-three Indiana communities have a food and beverage tax: a 1% sales duty levied on businesses that sell or help sell food and drink. In some localities, both the municipality and county have one, stacking up to 2%.
The task force approved 13 recommendations in a draft final report that could result in proposed legislation during the session in January.
Gov. Eric Holcomb said he prefers Indiana’s use of expungements over pardons in cases of simple marijuana possession or other lower-level offenses.
The two candidates who participated in an Indiana Secretary of State debate Monday night—Democrat Destiny Wells and Libertarian Jeff Maurer—differed sharply on election security, with divergent viewpoints that led to disparate signature policy stances.
The Interim Study Committee on Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications heard a series of reports on various energy topics before voting to adopt a report devoid of legislative recommendations.
Indiana Republican secretary of state candidate Diego Morales strongly denies the allegations of sexual misconduct, but they could have political ramifications in next month’s election.
Indiana could earn between $341 million and $943 million in taxes from iGaming over three years, depending on the rate adopted.
Multiple industry groups testified Thursday before an interim Indiana legislative study committee laying the groundwork to curb state agencies’ rulemaking powers—but just one agency showed up.
Indiana’s 12 casinos raked in $2.5 billion from July 2021 through June 2022, according to the Indiana Gaming Commission’s annual report.