Senate Bill 413 well timed after Anthem information breach.
The species lays eggs in early April, and will attempt to occupy their new box upon discovering it’s already inhabited by another falcon.
The measure is a less restrictive version of similar legislation that would make pseudoephedrine a prescription-only drug for all consumers.
This announcement comes less than 24 hours after the Governor signed an executive order to shorten the test.
State and academic officials are assessing the damage to Winona Lake.
The IHSAA announced Tuesday that Hammond and Griffith high schools won’t play the remainder of the 2014-15 season.
A former Whitley County auditor convicted of stealing more than $125,000 has been sentenced to five and a half years in jail.
A jury has been selected for the trial of the first of eight people charged in a 2-year-old South Bend boy’s shooting death last year.
The couple is facing a litany of felony charges in connection to the death of a 3-year-old boy.
Police departments across the country have added body cameras since the events in Ferguson, Missouri.
Ethics reform is the top priority for House Speaker Brian Bosma and he made a rare appearance in front of a House committee to argue for it.
Paris Himes is preparing for the ISTEP next month. The 6th grader admits she’s a little nervous about taking the exam.
Supporters of the bill packed the Statehouse.
It was an interesting vote in the Indiana House, 58-to-40, with most but not all of the Republicans voting to remove Ritz.