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The bill's author wants to make it easier to charge people for human trafficking crimes. [Read More]
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Clay announced his resignation minutes before the Council's full meeting Monday night — the meeting in which Democrats were planning to vote him out of... [Read More]
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The $143 million project would add a lane for both northbound and southbound traffic on a 14-mile section between U.S. 50 in Seymour and Indiana... [Read More]
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The GOP primary's tone has been described as nasty and rancorous. Political analyst Laura Merrifield Wilson says that's unlikely to change in the debate. [Read More]
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Rep. Kathy Richardson (R-Noblesville) says her bill doesn't impact a pending lawsuit in federal court on Indiana's voter roll cleanup law. [Read More]
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The survey was sent to seniors in eight Indiana counties, and compares findings with the group's last report in 2013. [Read More]
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One of the first bills headed to the governor's desk this session will allow Indiana students to easily carry and apply sunscreen at school. [Read More]
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A school coalition pilot program is making progress at the statehouse, and aims to offer more flexibility to schools for the sake of student improvement. [Read More]
Clay announced his resignation minutes before the Council's full meeting Monday night – the meeting in which Democrats were planning to vote him out of... [Read More]
The state-appointed manager of the Gary Community School Corporation told state officials Friday the district faces an $18 million annual deficit. A plan to close... [Read More]
Indiana lawmakers want to create a new crime to dramatically increase penalties for drug dealers if the buyer overdoses and dies. [Read More]
With little public support and mounting criticism, Indianapolis' largest school district may scale back its nearly $1 billion request for increased funding. [Read More]
The Senate Republican leader announced his retirement, Democrats call for a special commission to investigate the Department of Child Services, and legalized Sunday sales gets... [Read More]
Zach Adamson, council vice president and vocal opponent to Clay, says he's confident the vote will still happen on Monday. [Read More]
The bill's supporters say it's targeted at the emergence of drugs laced with fentanyl, which has led to a spike in overdose deaths. Opponents say... [Read More]
The State Department of Health brought the appeal against Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky. [Read More]
Tippecanoe County is one of four in the state selected to start a data-collecting pilot program on drug overdose deaths. [Read More]
A bill focused on increasing lessons around employability skills in schools has been approved by the House Education Committee. [Read More]
States have used different methods to reform urban districts in fiscal and financial peril. In Indiana, the controversial decision was made to give a single... [Read More]
The proposal would create a committee to review cases and determine cause of death. [Read More]
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