He says nothing has been determined and he’s spending time studying the issue and listening to people. He says he’s learned Indiana residents cherish faith and don’t tolerate discrimination.
At least a dozen charter schools have requested $25 million through the loan program approved by legislators this spring, although more could apply before the deadline at the end of October.
Eskenazi Health plans to develop a brain center that that will provide care for diseases including schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s.
The money comes from Indiana’s surplus and will repay federal loans that were taken out to make unemployment payments as the state’s jobless rate topped 10 percent during the recession.
The budget panel on Friday approved releasing $25.2 million in state funding for the Academic Health Science and Research Center in downtown Evansville to be operated by the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Devon McVey posted a picture and message on his Facebook wall asking people to be on the lookout. What happened next blew him away.
Webster Lake was supposed to be a final resting place for a man who died battling cancer, but instead of saying goodbye, his family is pleading for his ashes to be returned.
Businesses all around Indianapolis are getting into the spirit for this weekends game.
Hogan Farm in Brownsburg is seeing thousands of visitors checking out a first-ever football-themed corn maze.
A number of factors are impacting this year’s harvest including when farmers planted, the quality of their drainage systems, and how much rain their fields experienced.
A bear’s arrival in Indiana over the summer became the state’s first confirmed wild black bear sighting in 144 years and biologists expect more of the animals to enter the state in the coming years.
Gard had refused to withdraw on Tuesday despite learning her move last month to a new address just outside the city limits made her ineligible to serve.
In a speech at Indiana University, he told a crowd that included former Republican and Democratic members of Congress that he was working with the Israelis and the Palestinians “to stabilize the situation.”
The Goshen School Board voted in July to stop using the mascot, which has represented Goshen Community Schools for nearly 90 years.
According to an article from an Indianapolis-based newspaper, Representative Marlin Stutzman’s campaign manager, political director, and polling and strategy leader are all leaving.
Prison Superintendent Ron Neal said 32-year-old Darick Quick was found early Wednesday stabbed in the abdomen in a cell at the maximum-security prison in Michigan City.
Thursday at 10:15 AM, people across the area will participate in an international earthquake drill called the ShakeOut.
The ACLU of Indiana sued the state in August, contending the law violates voters’ First Amendment rights.
Current U.S. Rep. Todd Young leads the pack, banking $720,000 in the third quarter alone.
The vote was delayed because of questions over potential differences in difficulty between the test’s online and paper versions.