- New AFL-CIO head aims to educate, mobilize locally Updated: Dec-04-13 4:43 pm
- Mayors speak out against amendment on gay marriage Updated: Dec-03-13 6:13 pm
- Ind. GOP state senator to step down after 36 years Updated: Dec-02-13 11:33 am
- Indiana GOP leaders ready to scrap Common Core Updated: Dec-01-13 6:05 pm
- I-69 extension work readies ground for paving Updated: Dec-01-13 4:28 pm
- Ind. may pay up to $110M in upfront Illiana costs Updated: Nov-30-13 5:25 pm
- Federal judge blocks new nonsurgical abortion law Updated: Nov-26-13 8:53 pm
- Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers Updated: Nov-26-13 12:10 pm
- Jindal plays up state-level GOP in Ind. speech Updated: Nov-26-13 5:43 am
- AG warns victims of Nov. storms to watch for scams Updated: Nov-22-13 6:11 pm
- Ill. AG, Chicago sue Ind. company over petcoke Updated: Nov-22-13 4:14 pm
- Cameras capture courtroom adoption proceedings Updated: Nov-21-13 10:18 am
- New Indiana House panel chair mum on amendment Updated: Nov-21-13 4:08 am
- Indiana lawmakers proposing new day care rules Updated: Nov-20-13 6:58 pm
- Lake County restaurants raided by Indiana troopers Updated: Nov-20-13 4:16 pm
- Indiana House newcomers begin on Organization Day Updated: Nov-20-13 4:05 am
- Same-sex marriage battle could focus on language Updated: Nov-19-13 6:51 pm
- Lawmakers remember Pond as thoughtful pioneer Updated: Nov-19-13 3:55 pm
- Marriage, education fights may crowd 2014 session Updated: Nov-18-13 6:10 pm
- Bosma: Lawmakers will step in on education war Updated: Nov-18-13 1:56 pm
- Indiana lawmaker, sons to appear on 'Family Feud' Updated: Nov-16-13 1:08 pm
- Indiana AG office warns of typhoon relief scams Updated: Nov-15-13 3:55 am
- INDOT reminds motorists to get ready for snow Updated: Nov-12-13 8:34 am
- Indiana Supreme Court deciding fewer cases Updated: Nov-11-13 12:31 pm
- N. Indiana town balks at funding Amtrak line Updated: Nov-08-13 2:40 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The state's labor movement needs to revitalize itself at the community level and get more labor-friendly candidates elected to office, the new president of the Indiana State AFL-CIO said Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS - A bipartisan group of Indiana mayors, including those of some of the state's largest cities, announced their opposition Tuesday to placing Indiana's ban on gay marriage in the state constitution.
INDIANAPOLIS - A longtime state senator from southeastern Indiana isn't seeking re-election next year.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Republican leaders of the General Assembly want Indiana to scrap the Common Core education standards and have the state adopt its own guidelines to prepare students for college and careers, a report Sunday said.
EVANSVILLE, Indiana - Work on the next phase of Interstate 69, a 27-mile stretch between Bloomington and Crane, Indiana, is in full swing - but that doesn't mean any asphalt is being laid.
MUNSTER, Indiana - A document from Indiana transportation officials says the state may pay upfront costs of as much as $110 million for construction of the proposed Illiana Expressway that would link northwestern Indiana and Chicago's south suburbs.
INDIANAPOLIS - A federal judge has blocked a new Indiana law set to take effect on Jan. 1 that would have effectively shut down Lafayette's only abortion clinic.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Times, Munster. Nov. 26, 2013.
INDIANAPOLIS - Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (JIN'-dul) is saying people should look to Statehouse Republicans for answers.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is warning people whose homes or businesses were damaged by recent storms to be wary of contractors going door-to-door.
CHICAGO - The Illinois attorney general and city of Chicago have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop an Indiana company from storing petroleum coke along the Calumet River.
LAFAYETTE, Indiana - About a dozen Hoosier families completing the adoption process were called to Tippecanoe Circuit Court Wednesday morning for hearings that would transform their temporary living arrangements into forever homes.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma has named a member of his Republican caucus leadership team to run a powerful committee that may shape the fate of a proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana day cares that receive federal money would face new requirements for training and staff-to-child ratios under bills three lawmakers plan to introduce in the next legislative session.
SCHERERVILLE, Indiana - Indiana State Police and excise officers have raided two northwestern Indiana Mexican restaurants as part of an investigation that involves other restaurants in central Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS - Two new members of the Indiana House of Representatives have joined their colleagues in Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS - The success of a sparsely-worded constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage could hinge on whether lawmakers remove a key sentence expanding its reach, House and Senate Republican leaders said Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana lawmakers are honoring former colleague Phyllis Pond with memories of her pioneering spirit and persistence throughout a lengthy career in the state House of Representatives.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's legislative leaders are holding their cards tight as they prepare for a battle over amending the state constitution to ban gay marriage.
INDIANAPOLIS - Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma says the General Assembly will likely have to step in to the ongoing "civil war" between Democratic Schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and the Republican administration.
BEDFORD, Indiana - Indiana Sen. Brent Steele says he had "a ball" competing on the "Family Feud" game show. But constituents who wonder how he did will have to tune in to find out.
INDIANAPOLIS - Attorney General Greg Zoeller is warning Indiana residents that scammers are springing up eager to take money intended for typhoon relief in the Philippines.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Department of Transportation is reminding motorists to slow down under wintry driving conditions.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Supreme Court has continued a trend of deciding fewer cases from among the declining number of appeals being made to the high court.
DYER, Indiana - A northern Indiana town served by an Amtrak line that runs between Indianapolis and Chicago is balking at chipping in money to a state-led plan that's kept the line running.