The Indiana House voted 54-40 on Thursday.
The governor’s job approval rating is just 45 percent in the poll from Bellwether Research. 46 percent disapprove.
A 79-year-old man’s death has been ruled an accident after being critically injured in a crash on Lima Road.
Groups plan to bike, drive, walk and use other modes of transportation at 10 selected sites in the city to help determine safety and walkability.
Changes made to a bill that would require welfare recipients to take drug tests were voted down Thursday by its author.
An updated revenue forecast given to lawmakers Thursday lowers expected state revenue by about $213 million over the next two years.
Programs that encourage workers to lose weight, quit smoking, get active and better manage stress are spreading throughout American businesses.
The rule proposed by the EPA last year requires states to cut carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030.
The FBI and a third party didn’t find any evidence of hacking into university computers. At least 140 employees had their identities stolen and used for fraudulent tax returns.
If Pence signs the bill, incubator boxes would be placed outside hospitals, fire stations, churches and selected non-profits.
Teen use of e-cigarettes tripled in one year — to more than 13 percent. About 9 percent of high schools students said they had tried hookahs.
The owner of an auto repair shop in Michigan let his feelings be known with a lengthy Facebook post.
The state has had a dozen reports of dog flu and is recommending owners to get their animal vaccinated if it is going to be around areas with other dogs.
Three people were arrested Wednesday following a drug investigation where police found drugs.
Al-Qaida overran the city itself earlier this month and freed inmates, including a militant commander, from its prison.
After winning federal approval, Palcohol’s founder is preparing to begin selling the powder, which makes vodka and rum drinks or cocktails when mixed with water.
The 4.5-mile course spelled marked the two year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
The measure would allow religious-affiliated organizations to hire employees based on religion and require workers to follow certain religious tenets.