In the eyes of the federal government, we are "Indianans" no more.
Indiana’s statewide high school graduation rate was 89 percent last year, up just slightly from 2015’s 88.9 percent.
A dog that has been wandering Hidden Valley for over a year will soon be reunited with its out of state owners.
With only a few days to go, Boone County’s Elite 4-H Equestrian Drill Team is still trying to raise the necessary funds to participate in the 2017 Presidential Inauguration parade.
Education will be the topic when three Indiana state legislators visit Brookville next week.
A proposed bill would allow law enforcement officials to file an arrest order more than once to protect domestic abuse victims.
Students at Ivy Tech Community College are helping their community while gaining civic mindedness and college credits through a new service learning program.
The Indiana State Bar Association will sponsor Talk to a Lawyer Today, a pro bono program to provide free legal assistance to the underserved on Monday.
Fewer Hoosiers are getting their health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
Indiana’s new governor wants an increase in education funding for the next two fiscal years.