In an unprecedented event, we will be broadcasting a debate of Republican hopefuls across Nexstar’s Indiana stations.
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Promising bills died on the vine as the clock ran out of time.
State lawmakers are in a mad dash to the finish line as the end of this year’s legislative session rapidly draws near.
One state senator wants to give parents more control over their children attending sex education classes in public schools, and his bill is …
The state recorded 623 deaths of more than 83,000 babies born in 2016.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is also watching the driverless car debate at the Statehouse.
Cannabidiol oil may be a step closer to becoming formally legal to buy or sell in Indiana.
The deadly South Florida school shooting on Feb. 14 remained fresh in the minds of Indiana lawmakers on Monday.
On Thursday, Child Services released its second progress report on the department.
Governor Eric Holcomb formally made the announcement Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.
State Sen. Mike Delph of Carmel voted “no” on the idea. He said he’d rather see money go toward fixing Indy’s pothole problem.
The feds call it trafficking. You may know it as buying and selling modern-day food stamps.
State Rep. Ron Bacon said his bill targets older Hoosiers, primarily people living in assisted living or retirement homes.
A state senator said, “Identifying dyslexia in our school systems is really not happening.”