The developer of a religious-themed park in Grant County is planning to file a federal discrimination lawsuit against the State of Kentucky.
Two new members join the Ripley County Community Foundation Board of Directors.
Indiana's poorest residents are paying almost twice the amount of taxes than do the top 1 percent of earners, according to a recent report.
A Florence recycling yard caught fire Tuesday night, and it was not the first time firefighters have been called to that facility.
Nurses will once again be in high-demand over the next decade, according to the new Hoosier Hot 50 Jobs report.
A bill authored by State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg) to freeze farmland property tax assessment factors and provide more protections against land reclassification passed the Senate Committee on Agriculture today by a 6-0 vote.
Patriot Water Company issued a boil water advisory Tuesday for the next two days due to a water main break.
Ride share companies like Uber and Lyft are being targeted by new legislation at the Indiana Statehouse.
The new commander of the Indiana State Police Versailles Post is a lifelong Versailles area resident and state police veteran.
The President is going to visit Indiana later this week as he hits the road to push his latest budget proposal.