Illinois' governor must decide if he'll sign a measure allowing the use of medical marijuana after the state Senate approved a bill Friday. Illinois would join
Gov. Mike Pence has appointed Cameron Clark as the new director of the Department of Natural Resources.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly told News 18 Monday that no American troops will be sent to Syria, but the United States needed to provide aid to the rebel
This week, Republican Congressman Todd Rokita urged those affected by the flood to turn in their damages to the Department of Homeland Security. Rokita said he
Gov. Mike Pence was involved in a car crash Thursday morning in downtown Indianapolis.
Indiana National Guard members don't face as many furlough days as first expected under automatic federal budget cuts, although its leader says that will still
Marion County Democrats are seeking a veto of the bill that would eliminate four members of the City-County Council.
The Secret Service expanded its security perimeter at the White House on Monday following the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
State lawmakers are in the home stretch of a legislative session where the top priority is jobs. But an attempt to create new jobs in the gaming industry is
The bill to put guns in the hands of teachers in Indiana schools is off the table in the General Assembly.
The idea of giving teachers guns and gun training won approval in an Indiana House Committee Tuesday morning.
Legislators are preparing to wrap up the 2013 session at the Indiana statehouse.
Gov. Mike Pence has thrown his support behind selected pieces of legislation and, in a couple of cases, they are bills that would create new regulations.
Friday, Democrat Senator Joe Donnelly announced he has changed his stance on gay marriage.
Almost 200 Tippecanoe County Republicans gathered for some conversation and to raise a little money Thursday.
U.S. Senator Dan Coats was in town Thursday discussing what issues Hoosiers are facing.