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Marion County health officials say this season's rate of flu activity and respiratory complaint reports is greater than last season's. [Read More]
House Republicans want to eliminate roughly one-third of the state's townships. They say doing so will save money. But, people living in those small communities... [Read More]
Footlite Musicals, an Indianapolis community theater, is raising awareness and funds to help fight the city's growing problem of homelessness. [Read More]
Watch Tony Bennett receive the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize. [Read More]
In the first full week of the 2018 legislative session Gov. Eric Holcomb delivered his State of the State, Sunday alcohol sales took a historic... [Read More]
U.S. Sens. Joe Donnelly and Todd Young say they're working to continue Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy as they try to spread his message of... [Read More]
Indiana's tax collections slightly exceeded expectations in December — the first time that's happened this fiscal year. [Read More]
The forest is public property, but the Department of Natural Resources says the area was closed to the public for an ongoing timber harvest. [Read More]
House Republicans want to merge townships with fewer than 1,200 residents -- roughly one-third of the townships in the state. They say doing so will... [Read More]
The ban includes any conviction of Schedule 1 drug offense, for example: cocaine, marijuana, opioids, and LSD. [Read More]
Former first lady Michelle Obama is coming to Indianapolis next month for an event hosted by Women's Fund of Central Indiana. [Read More]
Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush told lawmakers the state's court system is prepared to meet the challenges it faces — chief among them... [Read More]
A Senate committee easily and unanimously approved legislation Wednesday to allow grocery, convenience, and liquor stores to sell alcohol on Sundays. It's the first time... [Read More]
Whole Woman's Health Alliance, a non-profit entity, applied in August to open an abortion clinic offering medication abortions, also known as the abortion pill. [Read More]
None of the 10 people who testified opposed the measure on its face. [Read More]
Indiana legislative leaders anticipate Gov. Eric Holcomb will address recent controversy at the Department of Child Services in his 2018 State of the State address. [Read More]
Ivy Tech Community College's new strategic plan calls for more than doubling the number of degrees earned by students in the next five years. [Read More]
Military veterans won't have certain financial resources counted against them when applying for tuition aid under legislation advanced Tuesday. [Read More]
Gov. Eric Holcomb sought to reassure Hoosiers his administration will do "whatever it takes" to fix problems at the Department of Child Services. [Read More]
More than 100 Hoosier veterans attended the annual event, many met with lawmakers to discuss legislative priorities. [Read More]
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