Indiana House Republicans are looking to the future with the release of their 2017 legislative agenda.
State Senator Mike Delph (R-Carmel) has filed a reform package aimed at changing the redistricting system in Indiana.
A number of Purdue University agricultural economist are forecasting weak crop prices, and low farm incomes in 2017.
One state lawmaker is pushing for harsher penalties against those who commit child seduction.
Applications are now open for students interested in participating in the Indiana House Page Program, according to State Rep. Randy Lyness (R-West Harrison).
Kentucky could become the next right-to-work state.
The Hoosier state may be losing more people than it's gaining.
A Laurel Police officer is on administrative leave after a person was shot while the officer was off-duty.
A state audit has determined that a former deputy clerk-treasurer for the City of Lawrenceburg paid herself an extra $32,745 over the course of a year.
You'll need to detour around a closure of Main Street in downtown Brookville for at least another week.