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It's normal for hospitals to expand intensive care unit capacity, especially during flu seasons. To do so requires health care staff, supplies and space. But... [Read More]
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A federal fund that pays benefits to Indiana coal miners with black lung disease and their survivors is in trouble. When Congress failed to pass... [Read More]
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The city hired 35 new peacekeepers using federal relief money. [Read More]
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A House committee unanimously passed a bill Wednesday that would allow tenants to seal eviction filings against them in some instances. [Read More]
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Lawmakers try again on highway work zone speed cameras. No big abortion bills are coming this session. And a Senate committee approves the creation of... [Read More]
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Bills creating more oversight for township trustees are moving quickly through the Indiana House and Senate. [Read More]
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The job of a correctional officer is to keep people safe. But inside prisons across the U.S., allegations of sexual abuse are common. The latest... [Read More]
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The number of Hoosiers who are members of labor unions rose significantly in 2021, reversing a four-year-long decline in membership. That's even while union membership... [Read More]
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Indiana school districts would be required to share future referendum funding with charter schools under a bill approved by a House committee Thursday. [Read More]
Indiana legislative leaders indicated Thursday the General Assembly will likely hold off on any major anti-abortion legislation this session. [Read More]
Lawmakers want to make it easier for smaller, more advanced nuclear power plants to be built in Indiana. Senate Bill 271 would direct the Indiana... [Read More]
With Thursday's update from the Indiana Department of Health, Indiana surpassed 1.5 million confirmed COVID-19 cases. The state hit that milestone just one week after... [Read More]
The Indiana Department of Education is reporting a slight uptick in student enrollment this school year, largely because of an increase of early elementary students. [Read More]
The bill includes a mixture of business, utility and individual income tax cuts. The income tax cut would eventually save a Hoosier household making $56,000... [Read More]
Today we learn about national and local Black civil rights activists during President Benjamin Harrison's term in office, and a new exhibit at the Benjamin... [Read More]
On the tails of Britney Spears release from her fathers conservatorship, Indiana lawmakers are considering legislation that could prevent people with disabilities from unnecessarily entering... [Read More]
The Indianapolis City-County Council plans a series of meetings to begin its 2022 redistricting process. [Read More]
Indiana firefighters could get annual blood testing for exposure to synthetic PFAS chemicals through a proposed pilot program, according to a new bill introduced in... [Read More]
Legislation that would change the way disputes between schools and families over special education services are resolved is gaining support from Indiana lawmakers. [Read More]
A Senate committee heard legislation Wednesday that almost entirely eliminates the license requirement to carry a handgun in public. [Read More]
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