Indiana stands to lose almost $1 billion a year in estimated funding. Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 relies on the federal government for at least 90 percent of its funding.
Indiana added about 20,000 people last year for a 0.31 percent population growth. The last two years have been the state’s slowest period of population gains since the late 1980s.
students have been working on official NCAA Twitter accounts like @marchmadness, @ncaawbb and @FinalFour, curating and filtering content, responding to fans and operating social media tools for the NCAA and its broadcast partners.
A southwestern Indiana school district is cracking down on underage drinking by requiring all students to pass a Breathalyzer test before they can attend school-sponsored dances.
The university says nine of the 167 were serving in internships with Parliament at the time of Wednesday’s attack.
The measure would mandate parents be served legal notice for their minor child to receive an abortion and provided them the chance to object in court.
Investigators believe the inmate died of some sort of medical event. They do not suspect foul play.
The bill would have required school districts to adopt a policy allowing for a “limited public forum” for prayer.
The “shelter in place” notification was issued by Ball State University just after 2 p.m. Wednesday after a male was reported carrying a long rifle. Turns out he was just taking part in a popular campus game.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles denied the man’s initial request for the personalized Indiana license plate reading “atheist” without offering a reason.
Police said a car hit the deer near Rochester, but the animal was still alive, so an accelerant was poured over it and it was set on fire. The car then drove off.
The Ohio Department of Commerce currently plans to award up to 12 large grow licenses and 12 small grow licenses statewide based on criteria including a company’s business plan, security measures and experience.
Berlin Rowe, who coached the Muncie Central boys basketball team from 1967 through 1974, cares for his wife, Ruth, who was diagnosed with dementia about four years ago.
Early spring rains establish mosquito breeding grounds and ticks emerge earlier during warm, wet springs.
Current law forbids using an “adulterant” to pass a drug test, but does not ban the sale of such products.
The state agency will be hosting a series of open houses later this month and in April, including one in Fort Wayne, where projects involving highways, transit, bicycles and pedestrians will be discussed.
The measure requires publicizing the percentage of teachers who are union members and, in some cases, informing them that they can get rid of or change that representation.
Nonprofit organizations and anti-violence groups patrol the city’s high-crime neighborhoods to de-escalate conflict, often at crime scenes.
The Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to begin remediation work on nearly 200 properties within a Superfund site in East Chicago affected by an ongoing lead contamination crisis.
The illegal items, estimated to be worth $400,000, were found as part of the routine inspection of a semi Monday afternoon in central Indiana.