The “resolution of dissatisfaction and a request for reforms” was prompted by the departure of former university president Paul Ferguson.
A question on the sixth-grade math test could confuse students and cause issues with scoring. The question wouldn’t be included in a student’s score.
cartoonist and Indiana native Jim Davis is one of the recipients of the Governor’s Arts Awards, which recognize contributions to and achievements in the arts.
Security camera footage showed three people taking part. But police have said the footage wasn’t clear enough to identify suspects.
Officers found 300 to 400 pounds of deer meat at a processing facility in Marshall County that was going to be sold illegally according to officers with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
Long, the GOP Senate President Pro Tem, says lawmakers need to repair their relationship with teachers, which was damaged by education overhaul measures pushed by Republicans in recent years.
The 23-year-old man made threats on his Facebook page, claiming to have chemical weapons and explosives.
The Indianapolis Public Schools guidance counselor allegedly engaged in sexual conduct with one male student between October and February, starting when he was 16.
Former state Republican Party chairman Eric Holcomb will be Pence’s running mate for an expected tough re-election campaign this year against Democratic candidate John Gregg.
The 38-year-old was stretching his back on a railing when he lost his footing and fell from the 11th floor balcony of a Panama City Beach condominium into a shallow pool.
The lawsuit filed last Friday in Tippecanoe Circuit Court alleges that the university didn’t allow the fraternity to fully defend itself against claims that an underage student was served alcohol at its chapter house last winter.
The Indianapolis Fire Department said a man showed up Wednesday morning at a fire station, rang its doorbell and gave the child to firefighters.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says he was assured United Technologies Corp. would keep about 400 research-and-development and executive jobs in the state.
Allen Superior Court judge Frances Gull and Thomas Felts are among the 15 remaining candidates for a spot on the Indiana Supreme Court.
The global public relations firm suggested the state sponsor a photo essay in a gay pride magazine following last year’s national uproar over the religious objections law.
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann resignation will be official at 5 p.m. Wednesday. She stepped down to apply to become Ivy Tech Community College’s new president.
Officials say a central Indiana school was put on lockdown after authorities discovered that a pipe bomb had exploded near the school’s football field.
The impact of the city’s first triple homicide in more than a decade is now spreading far past the borders of Fort Wayne.
The bill would allow for tougher sentences based on a victim’s race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, disability, national origin, ancestry or sexual orientation.
The measure would ban abortions sought due to a fetus’ genetic disability and require aborted or miscarried fetuses to be cremated or interred.