The acting president has an update on the university after the announcement of President Paul Ferguson’s resignation earlier in the week.
The bill is a stripped-down version of a prescription-only mandate for pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient for meth production.
Senate Bill 344 also repeals the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” that passed in 2015.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in Marion County to honor an elementary school principal who pushed children out of the way before being struck and killed by a school bus.
The owner of Arlene’s Flowers, who refused to provide flowers to a gay wedding, will speak against two anti-discrimination bills before the Indiana Senate Rules Committee.
The bill would end the ISTEP+ primary assessment test for Indiana students July 1, 2017. The measure now moves to the full House.
State Sen. Mike Young, an Indianapolis Republican, said Wednesday that critics who “demagogue” and “fear monger” had mischaracterized his proposal.
Big-box grocery chains and liquor stores have fought for years over legalizing Sunday sales.
Bee Public is an organization started in 2012 to help make Indy a more bee-friendly city.
Among President Barack Obama’s honorees on International Holocaust Remembrance Day is Lois Gunden of Goshen, Indiana.
Bill sponsor Republican Sen. Jim Tomes of Wadesville says legislative staffers often leave work after dark and believes that they should be able to protect themselves.
The school bus jumped over a curb for an unknown reason and hit the principal and two children.
Besides hotels, things to do, and places to eat, the Meet Fort Wayne campaign breaks down RFRA and the city’s policies to protect all people.
Kip Tom is among five Republicans and two Democrats vying to replace U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman in Congress.
According to the Indianapolis Fire Department, the school bus lurched forward over a curb and struck the three people Tuesday afternoon.
The Indiana labor force gained nearly 38,000 individuals last year and 10,000 individuals in December. The state has added more than 109,000 workers since January 2013.
An evangelical group said the reported loss of $60 million is unfortunate, but it’s a small fraction of the state’s overall economy.
Bill sponsor Republican Sen. Liz Brown of Fort Wayne says cities, counties and the private sector can provide recycling more efficiently than solid waste districts.
State officials say testing shows that an illness that killed one inmate and sickened three dozen others at a western Indiana prison is an influenza virus.
Ratings approved Tuesday by the State Board of Education give A grades to about 56 percent of some 2,100 public and private schools. About 54 percent of schools received an A rating last year.