The Indiana Supreme Court has awarded $243,000 in grant money to 19 counties in support of local family court projects.
West Lafayette’s city council has passed a resolution reiterating the city’s commitment to diversity in light of Indiana’s new religious objections law.
Pence and other supporters say the measure would ensure responsible spending and catch Indiana up with most other states that have a similar requirement.
Obama on Tuesday was to announce a series of steps that private entities like Google and Microsoft are taking to better prepare the nation’s health systems for the inevitable effects of a warmer, more erratic climate.
When he was arrested, prosecutors say the man charged with killing three North Carolina college students had possession of the murder weapon, gunshot residue on his hands and blood from one of the victims splattered on his pants.
Activists say digital media should be subject to the same rules as television, which limits commercial content on kids’ programming.
The Republican posted a message on his Facebook page saying he wants to “return our country to the principles of liberty and limited government.”
Drexel University says a professor’s email last week “erroneously included a link to inappropriate material.”
In a question-and-answer session with reporters Monday at Columbia, journalism dean Steve Coll said the review team did read some of her earlier pieces but didn’t “go out and re-report them.”
Deliberations in the guilt phase began almost two years after twin bombs exploded near the marathon’s finish line on April 15, 2013, killing three people and wounding more than 260.
Despite all the controversy leading up to the big weekend, Indianapolis got great reviews from many people visiting our city for the Final Four.
Retired Navy SEAL Jesse Barnett sought an entrepreneurial lifestyle post-military when opening a firearm training facility on the northeast side of Indianapolis, except there is no actual fire.