The Indiana General Assembly appears likely to resolve a separation-of-powers dispute among two branches of Lake County government.
(The Center Square) – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb reiterated his support for improving the state's overall health to supporters and advocates at the Statehouse in Indianapolis on Thursday.
The appellate court found no basis to undo the decision of a Lake County grand jury to indict Martinez for felony resisting law enforcement and misdemeanor reckless driving.
ESAs would be limited to children from families income eligible for a private school voucher and 50% of ESA grants would be reserved for students with disabilities.
Hoosier lawmakers are taking steps to prevent the Indiana Public Retirement System (INPRS) from prioritizing environmental, social or governance (ESG) goals.
(The Center Square) – An Indiana lawmaker has filed a bill to tax advertising revenue from social media networks to fund a new program to prevent suicides and cyberbullying.
Records show the Lake County election officials training fund is stuffed with more than $650,000 and poised to increase by $65,000 this year.
Indiana State Auditor Tera Klutz wants Hoosiers to know: regardless of her title, she isn’t really auditing anything.
The Indiana House voted 89-8 reclassify the crime of killing a law enforcement animal as a level 5 felony, one step higher than its current classification as a level 6 felony.
Ax-throwing bars and similar businesses may be permitted to acquire throwing stars and make them available to their customers to safely throw on the premises of the business.
Gun sales, as approximated by background checks, surged in 2020 to 39,695,315 just as the COVID-19 pandemic began. They have declined each year since, to 38,876,673 in 2021 and to 31,596,646 in 2022. Still, these numbers remain higher than pre-pandemic levels. The FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System publishes a monthly list of how […]