Legal and ethical questions that will arise from the increasing use of artificial intelligence—particularly generative AI that uses existing information to create new content—could test current laws and courts’ ability to untangle the technology.
Some of Indiana’s largest employers are coming together to address what they call the state’s neglect of civic education, its declining college-going rate and a low voter registration and turnout rate compared with other states.
A Boone County judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed by a group of landowners against the city of Lebanon over the municipality’s decision to annex 5,200 acres of land and create a new zoning district for the LEAP Lebanon Innovation District.
The five leading Republican candidates for Indiana governor shared the same room for the first time on Monday at the Hamilton County GOP Fall Dinner.
John Rust, a wealthy egg farmer from Seymour, is plowing ahead with his U.S. Senate bid even as Indiana statute would appear to prevent him from getting on the Republican primary ballot.
The Indiana Republican Party is putting its weight behind U.S. Rep. Jim Banks in his pursuit of Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat in the 2024 election, all but guaranteeing that the 3rd District congressman will secure the GOP nomination in the May primary.
Curtis Hill said he would eliminate all state-funded programs that “exist only to pander to identity politics” — including the Indiana Office of Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity — if elected to the state’s highest office in 2024.
A sea of red dresses and gowns flowed into the Indiana Convention Center on Thursday to see Vice President Kamala Harris deliver the keynote address at the 56th national convention of Delta Sigma Theta.
Before former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill this week turned the GOP battle for governor into a four-way race, U.S. Sen. Mike Braun was widely considered the favorite among the evangelical conservative wing of the party.
A state employee working for one of Indiana’s executive branch agencies misreported 250 hours of work time, costing the agency more than $7,000 in overpaid wages, according to a report from the Office of the Inspector General published Friday .
The city of Indianapolis is moving forward with plans to implement an ordinance banning the retail sale of pets that come from sources other than shelters or not-for-profit animal rescue organizations.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett soundly defeated Democratic challenger Robin Shackleford in Tuesday’s primary election, setting up a November showdown with Jefferson Shreve, a largely self-funded millionaire candidate who handily won the GOP nomination.
Indiana lawmakers have an extra $1.5 billion in cash to work with as they finalize a two-year state budget, but with more money comes the added responsibility of deciding who gets a share of the windfall.
Senate Republicans on Thursday unveiled their two-year spending plan for the state, calling for record increases in education funding but declining to increase eligibility for Indiana’s school voucher program—a priority of House Republicans.
Indiana legislation aimed at preventing county prosecutors from refusing to enforce certain laws appears to be dead for this year.
Democrats, environmental groups and business leaders are denouncing a bill that they say would further erode protections for Indiana’s already shrinking wetlands.
Gov. Eric Holcomb said Tuesday that he strongly objects to the EPA’s decision to transport hazardous materials from the East Palestine, Ohio, train derailment to a facility in western Indiana, a nearly 400-mile journey.
With decriminalization or legalization seemingly off the table, advocates are turning their attention to a “trigger law” that would set up a regulatory framework for marijuana if the substance becomes legal at the federal level.
After mulling a U.S. Senate run, Rep. Victoria Spartz of Indiana shocked her followers Friday when she announced she was getting out of politics altogether.