The vote was delayed because of questions over potential differences in difficulty between the test’s online and paper versions.
Authorities believe a Mexican drug cartel may be responsible for about 3,100 marijuana plants found growing in Brown County, Indiana.
Pence says the added spending on roads and bridges could be accomplished without raising taxes, although it would cut into the level of state reserves.
Greg Zoeller is traveling to Mexico City for a conference discussing issues such as human trafficking, drug trafficking and online privacy crimes.
Plaintiffs’ attorney Irwin Levin said Monday the BMV needs to refund $40 million to $50 million he estimates BMV customers lost in the 112 weight-class overcharges.
Some child welfare officials say children could be endangered by an Indiana State Bar Association committee’s opinion that lawyers aren’t bound by a state law requiring anyone who suspects a child is being abused to immediately report it.
Religious conservatives are using a new tactic: raising concerns that children will be exposed to transgender people and what they say are sexual predators in public restrooms if the protections are approved.
The passenger in a vehicle that flipped multiple times was killed. The driver of the vehicle was hospitalized.
There have been complaints of low staffing levels, low pay and troublesome attendance policies.
There are more than 1,600 signatures on a petition asking county officials to require manure bags on horses because the waste left behind by the Amish’s horses poses traffic hazards and health concerns.
A Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist says the juvenile male reached the Michigan City area by early Thursday but may have entered the state the day before.
An advertising company made the blimp after some Colts fans set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for it.
The proposed changes would require special-needs students to take more math courses and meet a number of new requirements.
Alpha Tau Omega revoked the charter and closed its Indiana University chapter Thursday following the release of a video purportedly showing a fraternity member performing a sex act on a woman.
About a third of the Indiana farm deaths were attributed to overturned tractors and 16 involved farm machinery.
The lawsuit contends the nativity scene performed by students at Concord Community Schools in Elkhart violates the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause.
Earlier this week, a billboard along West Main Street that had been raised by Allen County Right to Life was vandalized with graffiti.
The federal jury awarded the money to a northwestern Indiana couple who sued the state after being wrongfully accused of causing their daughter’s death.