The Indiana Youth Group, a gay youth support group, says it is fighting the state government after the group's specialty license plates were pulled.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels signed a statewide smoking ban, barring smoking in certain establishments, businesses and institutions, officials say.
The Indiana Supreme Court says Gov. Mitch Daniels may appoint a successor to ousted former Secretary of State Charlie White.
The Indiana Legislature voted to name a gun kept at President William Henry Harrison's home as the official state rifle.
Rescue crews Saturday searched the ruins of small towns in southern Indiana and along country roads looking for survivors of devastating tornadoes.
A judge Thursday sentenced former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White to one year of home detention for committing voter fraud in 2010.
A labor union is filing a federal lawsuit to prevent Indiana from becoming the 23rd state to enact a "right to work" law, union officials said.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says he won't reconsider entering the Republican presidential nominating contest, despite a swell of requests to do so.
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White was convicted Saturday of deliberately voting from the wrong address in the May 2010 primary.
Gov. Mitch Daniels signed so-called right to work legislation Wednesday, making Indiana the first state to adopt the controversial labor union law since 2001.