Lawsuit filed against Indiana’s new voter purge law

The lawsuit filed in federal court Wednesday against Secretary of State Connie Lawson says the state’s new method to cross-check names on voter rolls is discriminatory and violates federal law.

Indiana to retrofit street lights with LED technology

Hogsett says the retrofits will reduce the city’s carbon footprint and improve public safety “by investing those tax dollar savings into thousands of new lights on long-darkened streets.”

Worker at Speedway daycare where infant died found guilty

Investigators say Tharpe is believed to have been the only employee at Miracles and Blessings Daycare Ministry in Speedway and supervising 36 children at the time 10-month-old Taliah Brigham was discovered unresponsive on April 7, 2016.

Slain driver’s family hopes for quick decision

A Marion County judge on Tuesday appointed the prosecutor for northern Indiana’s St. Joseph County, which includes South Bend, to oversee the investigation into the June 29 shooting of 45-year-old Aaron Bailey.

Another state audit raises questions about Terre Haute

State Examiner Paul Joyce on Monday expressed “substantial doubt” about the city’s “ability to continue as a going concern” following the audit, which was for 2015. Joyce made a similar statement following the city’s 2014 audit.