The Indiana House Education committee has approved a measure sparing teachers from having their performance pay reduced as a result of low student scores on the 2015 ISTEP.
Sam Hunt, a DeKalb High School graduate and Ball State University fashion and entrepreneurship student, started Knots for a Kause.
Authorities believe the three goats got out of their home and ended up running across some major streets in Franklin.
The maps are helpful to anglers and those who enjoy water sports. In all maps for 185 lakes are available.
Indiana State Police is accepting applications for its 76th Recruit Academy now through 11:59 p.m. Thursday.
Senate President Pro Tem David Long said a Senate committee will take up a proposal that would broaden such civil rights protections this session.
Officials with the Multi-State Lottery Association raised the jackpot estimate from $450 million due to strong sales before Wednesday night’s drawing.
The Indianapolis-based drugmaker says it expects adjusted earnings in the new year to range between $3.45 and $3.55 per share.
Indianapolis reported 144 criminal homicides last year, which was the deadliest year on record.
The proposal, sponsored by Sen. Jim Tomes, R-Wadesville, also would prohibit questions about drunken-driving violations on handgun license applications or in interviews.
As a result, Indiana will save about $10 million for every year current license plates stay on vehicles.
ThePence campaign ended the year with $6.8M in the bank. Gregg has $3.5M to use.
SB 100 includes religious exemptions for certain institutions and businesses, while SB 2 does not provide any exemptions.
Billy Ray Adams was convicted of killing Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Tom Settles in February 1972 as the officer responded to a bank robbery.
All 60 people on board are safe and were taken to a local high school until another bus could arrive.
The state’s license plates will be redesigned and replaced every seven years, rather than every five years.
There is little consensus on issues lawmakers will deal with when the 2016 legislative session begins.
Hundreds of elementary school students want the firefly to become Indiana’s official state bug.
Their lack of consensus on several issues looms large as lawmakers ready for the 2016 legislative session, which kicks off Tuesday.
Lawmakers will tackle topics of ISTEP, infrastructure, transgender bathroom usage and cold medicine.