House Bill 1133, which would prevent local governments in Indiana from banning Airbnb-style businesses, would give municipalities the ability to require short-term rental hosts to pay for a permit in order to host guests.
Indiana lawmakers are trying to ensure one particular question stays on job applications: “Have you ever been arrested or convicted of a crime?”
A proposal in the Indiana House that would restrict local governments from banning short-term rentals—such as Carmel’s recent move to stop owners from sharing their homes on Airbnb—appeared to be dead earlier this week.
Senate Bill 354 would let Rising Star Casino Resort in Southern Indiana’s Ohio County move 740 gaming positions to Terre Haute.
A bill authored by Rep. Jerry Torr would give the right-of-way to large trucks in roundabouts throughout Indiana. Carmel has already passed a local version of the law.
The $7,500 annual scholarship will cover about one-third of costs at a public college in Indiana beginning in the 2017-2018 academic year. The median cost in a public college in Indiana is $21,000 per year.
Newly-inaugurated Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb made good on his plan to establish a drug czar position Monday when he signed an executive order on his first official day in office.
An increase in state gas taxes, tolling and a vehicle fee are among many possibilities suggested by a task force to pay for road improvements expected to cost as much as $1.2 billion annually.
Indiana Republican Party Chairman Jeff Cardwell plans to step down Jan. 21, following the presidential inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
In an effort to clear up confusion, the legislature passed a law earlier this year that requires voters to select each candidate they wish for at-large county council and town council seats.
The GOP presidential nominee's statement that he and his running mate were not on the same page on the issue became the most tweeted moment of the second presidential debate.
Six of Indiana’s U.S. representatives filed legislation Tuesday to help veterans regain their GI Bill education benefits after the closure of ITT Technical Institute.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence wants the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to reinstate GI Benefits for students who enrolled in ITT Technical Institute, but that may not be legally possible.
Agricultural and rural issues took center stage at the Indiana State Fair on Tuesday afternoon as the two candidates for lieutenant governor participated in a fairly friendly debate.
In 2006, just three years after Indianapolis became the home of the national gaming convention, Tom Anders of Fishers decided to turn his gaming hobby into a business.
Indiana commerce officials are showing support for companies based in the United Kingdom as they face financial and political uncertainty after Brexit—the country’s vote to leave the European Union.