Voter registration has now gone hi-tech.
The Indiana Republican Party is trying to drum up interest in its Fall Dinner by being a bit cagey.
So, is Gov. Mike Pence laying the groundwork to seek the presidency? It’s as clear as mud.
Indiana Farm Bureau has unfriended Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, the only farmer among Indiana's 11-member congressional delegation.
The Fort Wayne City Council made three appointments Tuesday to open positions on two of the city's oversight committees.
Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana is throwing its support behind the voter referendum calling for a single county executive.
Here is an example of Indiana Statehouse reporters trying to get Gov. Mike Pence to answer questions on the 2016 presidential race during a gaggle after a Tuesday news conference.
Rep. Bob Latta, R-Ohio, has been named a deputy whip by House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La.
State Board of Education on Wednesday agreed to pay about $16,000 in attorney fees and court costs to settle a lawsuit over whether it violated open door law via private email communication.
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis 500 racer Pippa Mann has joined the lineup of speakers for the 2nd Annual Indiana Governor’s Conference for Women on Oct. 21 in Indianapolis.
Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, has selected a communications director after three months without one.
The Northeast Indiana Disability Advocacy Coalition will sponsor a public forum on Sept. 19 for people to hear from area candidates for the Indiana General Assembly.
The Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police has endorsed Democrat Jack Morris in the race for Senate District 15 in Fort Wayne.
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence announced a new commissioner for the Department of Workforce Development Thursday at a 26 percent pay increase. And the old commissioner will stay on in a newly-created position at a slightly higher salary.
The Republican State Leadership Committee's "Right Women, Right Now" initiative this week recognized Liz Brown's run for Senate District 15 as one of 14 races to watch in 2014.
The National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices recently announced the selection of Indiana as one of 14 states to participate in its policy academy aimed at aligning education and workforce training systems to meet state’s economic needs.