University President Mitch Daniels says the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District will include public and private research facilities.
Indiana residents will have an easier time having wine shipped to their homes under a bill approved by state lawmakers.
The Megabus crashed with a semitrailer on Interstate 65 in central Indiana last week, injuring 19 people.
Fallout over the RFRA sparked boycotts of Indiana and led lawmakers to revise its language to address concerns that it could be used as a legal defense for discrimination.
Westville Correction Facility spokesman John Schrader tells WSBT-TV that water had been restored to six or seven of the prison’s 25 housing units by Monday afternoon.
An aide for Gov. Mike Pence says only about 3,800 people statewide would be eligible for drug testing and it would cost the state about $1.8 million to implement.
The Tippecanoe County judge found Thurman “Randy” Sanders Jr. in contempt of court Monday. The judge said Sanders knew he was in violation of the order, and has shown a pattern of violating ordinances and court orders.
If sentenced to death, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would ultimately be brought to the United States Penitentiary in Terre Haute where federal executions take place..
May 15 is the deadline to send in photos of people and places for consideration in the book that will toast next year’s bicentennial.
Some voters are upset over a bill before the General Assembly. If passed, Senate bill one would remove some of the powers of State Superintendent Glenda Ritz.
The university’s police department does not have to provide ESPN with records about possible campus crimes involving student-athletes a judge ruled Monday.
The fish were stocked in lakes all around the state, including some in northeast Indiana.