INDIANAPOLIS — Just how far Indiana lawmakers will go in limiting what teachers can say in their classrooms about race and politics is among several key unresolved issues at the midway point of this year’s legislative session.
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INDIANAPOLIS — The creation of education savings accounts and an expansion of the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program, or voucher program, may open up opportunities for students in private schools, but they may also take more funding away from public schools.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana might be in the preliminary stages of a coronavirus surge already, but Gov. Eric Holcomb warned Tuesday about the dangers of de-escalating public health measures too quickly.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana has the 12th-highest adult obesity rate in the nation, ranking one spot higher for childhood and teenage obesity. A study commissioned by the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation estimates that one in three Hoosiers carries extra weight.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville couple Chris Fox and Nick Lawrence have raised little Bethany Lynn as her foster parents since she was born two and a half years ago.
INDIANAPOLIS — Controversial legislation allowing firearms training for teachers passed the Senate on Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS—The Senate voted unanimously Thursday to approve a bill that would compensate those who have been wrongfully convicted.
INDIANAPOLIS—An Indiana Senate committee voted Tuesday to make changes to Indiana’s ‘Red Flag’ law to help protect suicidal individuals.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University engineering professor will lead a new research institute dedicated to designing and operating deep space habitats.
INDIANAPOLIS — A Lebanon pediatrician facing four criminal counts involving sexual misconduct with teenage patients had his state medical license suspended for 90 days Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS — State groups are preparing to launch a yearlong celebration of Hoosier women's role in securing their right to vote.
A few former prisoners who have been exonerated are asking the state of Indiana for compensation.
INDIANAPOLIS — Melanie Davis is transgender, and one night while she walked to her former job in Indianapolis, two men yelled hateful slurs at her. Then, things took a turn when one of the men pointed a gun at her.
INDIANAPOLIS — Legislation that would eliminate Indiana’s township boards received an initial go-ahead by a House committee despite testimony that the three-member boards are vital to the state’s system of government.
INDIANAPOLIS — Hospitals across Indiana would be better-equipped to combat the life-threatening illness called sepsis, thanks to legislation co-authored by state Rep. Rita Fleming, D-Jeffersonville, which has been approved in the Indiana House.
INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana high school students may have to pass another test in order to graduate.
INDIANA — The Indiana Family & Social Services Administration has announced that it will release Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for February early on Jan. 19. No additional SNAP benefits will be issued in the month of February. March distribution plans remain u…
INDIANAPOLIS — As Alivia Stahl and her twin 6-year-old brothers crossed a two-lane Fulton County road to board their school bus on Oct. 30, the driver of an oncoming Toyota Tacoma apparently failed to respond to the flashing lights of the bus.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gary Brackett terrorized opposing offenses for nine years as an undersized but overachieving linebacker in the NFL.
TELL CITY, Ind. (AP) — Three young siblings were killed and their mother was hospitalized after she tried to save them from a house fire early Friday in a small southern Indiana city, officials said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Longtime Indiana sportswriter Terry Hutchens died Friday afternoon from health complications caused by a stroke.
This Week's Circulars
- At least three dead in Southern Indiana drug overdoses
- NTSPY AWARDS: Winners galore at annual event
- LAWSUIT: Female inmates were assaulted, raped in Clark County jail
- Floyd Central graduate wins Miss Indiana title
- 'Recruitment and retention' of staff paramount for Southern Indiana hospitals
- Jeff animal shelter full, public invited to foster or adopt pets
- Harmony Woods subdivision in Memphis area closed due to working structure fire
- Floyds Knobs man gets 12 years for five bank robberies in 10 weeks
- Mickey's Coffeeshop/Bookstore to celebrate a year with block party
- Seymour state rep suggests Uvalde shooting was false flag operation