A longtime Johnson County public servant who led the county’s emergency response during the 2008 flood has died.
Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at local sites to help students complete the FAFSA this Sunday.
Greenwood city council members consented to create a new tax allocation area for an upcoming senior living neighborhood and approved an amendment to a speculative warehouse’s tax break.
An Indianapolis man will spend nine years in federal prison for two armed carjacking incidents connected to the University of Indianapolis.
Hoosiers will pay more in taxes at gasoline pumps starting March 1.
The first case of measles in five years was diagnosed in Lake County.
House Bill 1093, which would make changes to state child labor laws, passed out of the Senate Pensions and Labor Committee Wednesday with seven Republicans voting yes and three Democrats voting no.
Just over 1,600 disabled children receiving services through the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) made up a significant portion of the unexpected expenses that caused a $1 billion Medicaid shortfall — the first time the agency has publicly identified the number of children benefiting from an attendant care program that paid their parents.
Another round of deadlines looms over numerous bills still in limbo at the Indiana Statehouse.
AT&T said the hourslong outage to its U.S. cellphone network Thursday appeared to be the result of a technical error, not a malicious attack.