Crossing the line separating Indiana and Illinois sometimes means dealing with different laws and customs. Readers are asked to share ideas for this weekly feature. This week: Revenge porn.

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A five-term state representative who this year aided Griffith's efforts to secede from Calumet Township, and previously helped derail a proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, is resigning from the Indiana House.

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A four-term central Indiana congresswoman, who competed against Gov. Eric Holcomb for the 2016 Republican gubernatorial nomination, announced Friday that she will not seek re-election next year to the U.S. House — or run for any other office.

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State Rep. Chris Chyung, D-Dyer, is hosting six, 90-minute town hall meetings this month to discuss infrastructure improvements coming to the 15th House District and to recap the accomplishments of the 2019 Indiana General Assembly.

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The Indiana State Police along with Troopers from Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Michigan and Pennsylvania will be conducting state-wide patrols targeting violations of the “Move Over” laws in…

INDIANAPOLIS – Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) issued the following statement after Speaker of the House Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) called for the state’s first hate crimes …

Mizkan America Inc. has issued a voluntary recall for some varieties of Ragu pasta sauces, saying in a press release that they may contain fragments of plastic. The company said it has not received reports of consumer injuries but issued the recall out of "an abundance of caution," according to the release. Any recalled sauces should be discarded and not consumed. Consumers should ...

WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump says health care will be a focus of his re-election campaign and that his administration will release its plan to replace Obamacare in a couple of months "We already have the concept of the plan, but it'll be less expensive than Obamacare by a lot," Trump said in a wide-ranging television interview that aired Sunday night on ABC News' 20/20. "And ...

It doesn't look like we can chalk this one up to A and her web of lies: "Pretty Little Liars" really is leaving Netflix. The streaming site announced Sunday on Twitter that the seven-season teen drama would become unavailable for U.S. viewers on July 27. "7 season, 160 episodes, 125 threatening texts, 10 A's, and too many lies to count," Netflix tweeted, alongside photos of the cast ...