Indiana’s new governor has pardoned a Chicago man whose request languished under then-Gov. Mike Pence despite evidence the man was wrongly convicted of armed robbery.
Indiana’s energy utilities want state lawmakers to pass a law that critics say would muscle out smaller companies from the emerging solar energy market.
The man pushed and punched his girlfriend’s toddler until the child was rendered unconscious.
If this is signed into law, Hoosiers would pay about $60 more a year in gas and fees.
State numbers show families can easily spend more than $5,000 a year on pre-K programs.
The bill would require a woman to be informed she could stop a drug-induced abortion midway through the procedure and continue with her pregnancy.
Indiana residents have until Feb. 21 to register their information with the Indiana Attorney General “Do Not Call” list to avoid calls from telemarketers beginning April 1.
The 47-year-old officer had been dispatched to investigate reports that his eventual killer had been involved in an altercation with an ex-girlfriend.
A draft executive order on religious exemptions has been leaked that would have boosted protections for those with faith objections to gay marriage while undercutting LGBT gains made under Obama.
Tesla Motors has said it’s unlikely its semi-autonomous Autopilot system was engaged when the car crashed, because Autopilot would have limited the vehicle’s speed to less than 35 miles per hour on the street where the crash occurred.
Mark Leonard was the ringleader of the November 2012 massive Indianapolis house explosion that killed a couple who lived next door and damaged or destroyed more than 80 houses.
The new testing model would allowing Indiana teachers to grade the written portions of the exam and also require that students would only be tested once a year.
According to Muncie Police Chief Joseph Winkle, the overdoses occurred between midnight last Friday, Feb. 3, and midnight this past Sunday.
The University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne and Trine University in Angola offered transfer assistance to St. Joseph’s students.
Betsy DeVos has been confirmed as U.S. Secretary of Education with a 50-50 tie in the Senate. Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie breaking vote.
Muncie Police Chief Joe Winkle said Tuesday he was aware of 13 overdoses and three related deaths in that city between Friday and Sunday.
The university’s board of trustees approved plans Friday for the Early Yestingsmeier Golf Center and a 19,000-square-foot addition to Worthen Arena.
An Indianapolis attorney wants access to emails from 2014 regarding a legal strategy for challenging then-President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration.
The measure would allow a judge to consider imposing a tougher sentence on crimes motivated by a victim’s perceived or actual race, religion, sex, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation.
The fliers, which a school official said were designed to intimidate and provoke anger, were found on office doors of “faculty members of color or scholars of race and ethnicity.”