Whether it is professional basketball or as Army Reserve officer Warsaw native Marshall Plumlee has big plans after he graduates from Duke University.
The Olympic gold medal winner was invited to Mike Pence’s office days after appearing before the Indy City County Council.
County commissioners allocated $534,000 Wednesday for repairs to the roof, which has been patched 30 times in 10 years.
Most in Indiana’s LGBT community agree that Thursday’s change to Indiana’s RFRA law was a win, but also just a start.
Throughout the weekend, free t-shirts with “Indy Welcomes All” printed on them will be given away in the downtown area.
Data shows that six percent of a community’s criminals are responsible for about 60 percent of its crime.
A GoFundMe.com site benefiting the restaurant had raised more than $500,000 as of Friday morning.
Two manufacturing companies have announced layoffs at their respective facilities in Lafayette.
Though Indiana legislators and Gov. Mike Pence passed and signed an amendment to RFRA clarifying no one would be discriminated under this bill, a political analyst said the battle is far from over.
Rick Stevenson, who is challenging incumbent Tom Henry for the Democratic nomination for mayor, did not shy away from using strong words in his statement on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The issue has become a topic for heated debate after critics of Indiana’s recently adopted Religious Freedom Restoration Act charged that the law was intended to permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
During Wednesday night’s show, Al Franken urged David Letterman to run for the U.S. Senate in his native state of Indiana.