A Ritz spokesman calls the proposals “an irresponsible power grab” giving more control to a board that Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s appointees control.
The man was found dead after a statewide Silver Alert was issued Wednesday.
Tiny bits of plastic known as microbeads are typically found in facial scrubs and toothpaste.
The American Lung Association gives Indiana an F in tobacco taxes, tobacco prevention and control, access to cessation programs, and C for smoke-free air.
WANE’s sister station WISH is reporting that the Pence administration is considering dropping Just IN, the controversial new website that has been called a state-run news agency.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz, announced Tuesday that Laurie Davies of Pine Tree Elementary School in Avon and Kelly Wilber of Southport Elementary in Indianapolis each will receive the Milken Educator Award.
New Albany’s city council voted 5-2 on Tuesday in favor of a nonbinding resolution to move forward with the bond, which would offer General Mills financial incentives to keep its refrigerated baked goods plant open.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s mother says she thinks her son would make a good U.S. president — just not yet.
Officials say the malware threat has been addressed and no credit cards used at the resort after Jan. 21 are believed to be at risk.
There are 29,146 students in Indiana enrolled in the School Choice Program, which started three years ago.
Governor Pence’s administration is rolling out a state-run media outlet in a couple months. Gov. Pence said it’s a news resource site, not a news source site.
The campus police chief says the false report is unfortunate, but he wanted to make sure the campus community was aware of it and ease any concerns the initial report might have caused.
“My understanding is that the website that has become a source of controversy was simply to have a one-stop shopping website for press releases and information.”
Indiana’s five-year statute of limitations on bringing rape charges would be extended under some circumstances under a bill approved by the state Senate.
Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane calls the approval a “victory for working Hoosiers” but says he’s concerned that Pence left thousands of people without health care coverage.
The plan builds off the Healthy Indiana Plan that began under former Gov. Mitch Daniels. The initial program currently enrolls some 60,000 low-income Indiana residents.
The U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department has awarded more than $16.4 million in grants to support 109 local homeless housing and service programs in Indiana.
Annually, 14 percent of people shop resale or consignment stores. That number has gone up during the past decade as the economic downturn and slow recovery made saving money the trendy thing to do.
Members of Indiana House would face tighter rules on their conduct under new ethics standards that are nearing approval.
The stories will be posted on a state website and will range from straight news to personality profiles and other features, the Star reported.