Ind. education split becoming even more apparent
A new critique is raising questions of whether Indiana will maintain its waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
City investing $25M in early childhood education
Part of the mayor's plan to fight crime is to make high-quality preschool available to low-income families.
Top teen clothiers try on new business models
Popular teen clothing shops like American Eagle Outfitters, Abercrombie & Fitch and Aeropostale are reconsidering how much square footage…
Are college athletes guided to easier majors?
A study of over 1,600 university student athletes found that many may be steered to less-rigorous majors than the average student.
How to keep student loan payments manageable
Chicago Tribune financial columnist Gail MarksJarvis provides insight on how to avoid going broke while paying for college loans.
Paying for college when awards aren't enough
Tips on how to pay for college tuition when scholarships aren't quite enough.
Pence questions Obama about immigrant kids
The immigration crisis at the nation's southern border stirred controversy in Indiana Tuesday after Gov. Mike Pence wrote a strongly-worded…
Nominee leaves state job for treasurer's race
The Republican nominee for state treasurer is leaving her job with the state to focus more on her campaign.
Bayh, Pence stir up questions for 2016
Two of the state's political big dogs have Republicans and Democrats holding their breath for 2016.
Indiana grasps $2B cash reserve with tight fist
Indiana state leaders closed out the most recent budget year touting a sizable cash reserve and solid budget surplus, but advocates for the…
No hints from Hillary Clinton on 'Daily Show'
Hillary Rodham Clinton gave Jon Stewart no hints about whether she will run for president.
Gov. Pence on economic trip in UK
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is on a jobs mission in the United Kingdom, hoping to attract more businesses to invest in Indiana.