4 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
The countdown is complete for the start of work on a new Ohio River bridge linking Louisville and Southern Indiana along a key transportation artery.
7 hrs ago | WANE-TV Fort Wayne
The state won't stand in the way of a fertilizer plant that a Pakistan-based group is developing in southwestern Indiana despite reservations expressed by Gov. Mike Pence, his office said Tuesday.
11 hrs ago | KIRO-TV Seattle
Getting and keeping a job can help keep reformed criminals out of prison. The honest income makes a difference.
15 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the fines will stand for Indiana Democrats who walked out of the 2011 legislative session.
16 hrs ago | The American Prospect
House Minority Leader John Boehner did a nice job last week of reminding us that his party has an inviolate commitment to enriching the privileged: They're not campaigning on it in earnest -- at least not yet -- but Republican leaders say that, given the power, they would like to do away with Wall Street reform much like they have already discussed ... (more)
Without a free and independent press, transparency and accountability are just cheap and cynical slogans.
Brad Oliver was recently appointed by Gov. Mike Pence to the State Board of Education for the Sixth Congressional District.
A shootout between an Indiana trooper and a man robbing a southwestern Indiana gun shop has left the suspect dead and the trooper with non-life threatening injuries.
Gov. Mike Pence announced Monday he will shuffle where state agencies focus most of their efforts as he begins putting his stamp on state government, halfway through his first year in office.
Gov. Scott Walker will be a guest speaker later this year in Japan at the annual Midwest U.S.-Japan Association Conference, which focuses on establishing business ties and opportunities between the two.
Five readings this past week really popped out. The first was a Feed America study in 21 counties in central Indiana that revealed that on a daily basis, 320,000 Hoosiers -- including 100,000 kids -- don't know where their next meal will come from.
Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is getting into the grocery business.
Three years ago, when 12-year-old Paul Henry Gingerich became the youngest person in Indiana ever sent to prison as an adult, his story gained international attention and sparked questions about whether children belong behind bars with grown-up offenders.
Some of Indiana's top life sciences companies and research universities have banded together to form a new biosciences institute.
When he was a high-ranking conservative Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives, Mike Pence was a chief critic of Washington's out-of-control spending and growing debt.
Indiana's top Statehouse leaders all agree they'd like some answers from CTB/McGraw-Hill on the ISTEP+ failures, and they could get some as soon as the end of the week.
Some may think I'm naive. But actually, it may be that I'm too cynical. I've always thought that a one-year wait is just not much of a disincentive for a public employee or a private firm that is willing to be unethical.