Despite a new testing company, students had problems logging in this week.
The bill, crafted by Republican Rep. Ben Smaltz of Auburn, would give pharmacists the authority to require a prescription from suspicious customers.
The packages, ranging from $395-$1,295, go on sale Jan. 29 and grant access to shows like Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert and more.
The pilot project will aim to resolve business disputes quickly and free up courts to hear other cases.
A judge found that the USDA failed to show that Wildlife in Need owner Tim Stark was unfit to hold an Animal Welfare Act exhibitor’s license.
The bill includes mandates for the hunting preserves like a minimum size of 100 acres for preserves created after 2015 and at least 80 acres for existing ones.
Pam Galloway, of Warsaw, said if she’s elected 3rd District representative, she will be “the staunchest possible defender of their Second Amendment rights.”
Bob Leonard faces more than 50 charges for his role in an Indianapolis house explosion that killed two people and damaged nearly 80 homes in November 2012.
Lafayette police say an infant is in good health after a man used the state’s safe haven law to drop the child off at a hospital there on Tuesday.
One bill spares teachers from having merit pay docked due to this year’s low test scores. The other prevents a drop in school A-F letter grades.
The bill approved on a 43-5 vote Thursday would reverse a 1994 measure that sealed adoption information that didn’t have a disclosure consent form.
Sports like fishing, skating or even hiking on the ice can be popular in the winter. Here’s how to stay safe on the ice.
The measure would finance improvements to Indiana’s crumbling infrastructure by raising cigarette and gasoline taxes.
The Senate is scheduled to take up a House bill Thursday that would spare teachers from having merit pay docked due to this year’s low test scores.
The Fort Wayne plant has changed ownership over the years, but those transitions didn’t impact benefits for retirees until now.
Big-box grocery chains and liquor store lobbyists bickered in front of lawmakers Wednesday over the latest attempt to lift Indiana’s longtime ban on Sunday carryout alcohol sales.
The bill calls for a 4-cent increase to the gas tax and a $1 hike to the price of a pack of cigarettes to provide a long-term solution to infrastructure funding.
Current state regulations ban deadly weapons from the Statehouse and the nearby state office buildings.
The bill would provide the money from reserve funds that are set aside when the state distributes shares of income taxes to local governments.
Allen County will be fully reimbursed, but could pay around $200,000 to cover the trial costs. That figure takes into account everything from juror lunches to office supplies.