ESPN has reported the only known “Deflategate” ball in public circulation was auctioned off Saturday.
The law change exempts senior residence facilities from needing a state permit to provide alcohol on the premises.
The Clark County health officer has asked county commissioners to declare a health epidemic and request the state Health Department’s permission to start a needle exchange.
Pence oversees the Indiana National Guard and can act without federal involvement.
The White House knows that the vote to approve or disapprove the deal, expected in September, puts Democrats, especially Jewish members of Congress, in a bind.
Sheriff Terry Stoffel received the award in Indianapolis Saturday night from the Indiana Sheriff’s Association.
Saturday’s heat and humidity brought with it mixed reactions around Fort Wayne.
Some homes and garages were damaged and several trees blown down in the area, but no injuries were reported.
City planners hope a change to zoning rules will encourage Indianapolis residents to travel on buses, bicycles, car shares and other methods of energy-saving transportation.
The Goshen Community Schools board is expected to take up the matter on July 27.
A woman told firefighters that she found the neighborhood stray stuck in the tire and needed help.
Lawmakers and university trustees have approved the $62.5 million project that will house about 5 different departments.