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The Indianapolis School Board is facing a federal lawsuit after an ex-IPS counselor was found engaging in sexual behavior with students.        ... [Read More]
A transgender inmate claims cruel and unusual punishment at the hands of Indiana Department of Corrections in Michigan City.        ... [Read More]
A federal judge has approved of a settlement between the ACLU of Indiana and Marion County Sheriff's office to end ICE holds.        ... [Read More]
Richard Kammen alleges his representation of an alleged terrorist has been "irreparably ethically compromised" by government surveillance.        ... [Read More]
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is accusing a local temporary staffing agency of asking unlawful questions relating to job applicants disabilities and the extent of... [Read More]
As more individuals sign up to work as drivers for delivery services like Amazon Flex and UberRush, the added option of Amazon Key will make... [Read More]
A Purdue University professor who challenged the school's anti-discrimination policy on first amendment grounds ultimately lost his case in appeals court.        ... [Read More]
Another lawsuit was filed against Connie Lawson over the state's voter purge procedure.        ... [Read More]
Three sex offenders cited Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act to attend church even if children are present to attend Sunday school.        ... [Read More]
Indianapolis International Airport workers say city's move to increase municipal workers' minimum wage to $13 an hour should apply to them, too.        ... [Read More]
As white nationalist Richard Spencer traverses the nation on a speaking tour of U.S. colleges, U.S. faith leaders plan a trek of their own.      ... [Read More]
The ruling makes some convicted sex offenders eligible for release from prison.        ... [Read More]
Steps away from the statehouse where a religious freedom law was passed, bathrooms were temporarily altered to be gender-neutral.        ... [Read More]
U.S. District Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel say Warren Township students should be admired for their resilience in the face of racism        ... [Read More]
In a state more notable for cornfields than code academies, a struggle exists between Indiana's economic ambitions to draw massive tech companies here and the... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments challenging the state's new execution protocol, Thursday morning.        ... [Read More]
A federal grand jury indicted two Indianapolis tech executives in a bribery scheme that involved a high-ranking official at the State of Maryland Department of... [Read More]
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt says law was unconstitutional.        ... [Read More]
Election Board member proposes switch from 300 precincts to 108 vote centers to settle lawsuit alleging discrimination in access to voting.        ... [Read More]
The estate of Aaron Bailey is suing the city of Indianapolis, the city's police department and the two officers that shot him to death.      ... [Read More]