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Democratic mayoral candidates Amanda Barge and John Hamilton faced a full auditorium Monday night at the Monroe County Public Library to answer questions on a variety of topics.
Sue Sgambelluri, 53, is one of four candidates running for Bloomington City Council’s District 2 seat in the 2019 primaries, the only seat with both Democratic and Republican candidates.
Former Sen. Birch Bayh, an IU alumnus who authored two constitutional amendments and Title IX, died Thursday. He was 91.
When Mayor John Hamilton was sworn into office in 2016, he pledged to work for wage growth, affordable housing, the betterment of public education, government efficiency, more transparency and more engagement.
President Trump announced Saturday he will sign an executive order to ensure colleges and universities support free speech and will deny them federal research funds if they do not.
INDIANAPOLIS — Students crowded near a microphone at the top of a side staircase at the Indiana Statehouse for the 2019 Indianapolis March For Our Lives rally to make sure news cameras saw their messages.
Mayor John Hamilton and mayoral candidate Amanda Barge debated affordable housing Tuesday night in an unusual location: a classroom.
State lawmakers are attempting to ban dilation and evacuation, a common abortion procedure performed in the second trimester. The bill criminalizing it moved from the Indiana House of Representatives to the Senate on Feb. 22.
Democratic mayoral candidate Amanda Barge responded Friday morning to Mayor John Hamilton’s State of the City address Thursday night in a speech for press.
An Indiana Senate hatecrimes bill was stripped of protected groups Tuesday.
A bill justifying the use of force in certain instances of self-defense passed the Indiana House of Representatives Feb. 12 and has advanced into the Senate.
When Daniel Bingham read that in order to limit global warming to avoid extreme consequences, the world would have to cut carbon emissions nearly in half by 2030 from their 2010 levels, he was alarmed.
Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R-9th District, visited IU on Monday to discuss issues such as the national emergency and access to health care.
By Noah Bierman and Eli Stokols
U.S. Rep. André Carson, D-7th District, reintroduced a bill this week to create a federal grant program to provide mentoring for at-risk students transitioning from middle to high school.
When senior Nidhi Krishnan walks into Bloomington High School South, she said she feels safe. But then again, she said, that is probably what the students in Parkland, Florida, felt before February's school shooting.
A proposed bill in the Indiana Senate would allow creationism, or “creation science,” to be taught in public schools.
The College Democrats at IU will not attend Saturday's Women’s March in Indianapolis in what they said is a break in the movement's mission.
The Redistricting Network, a coalition of several Monroe County organizations, met Thursday night at the Monroe County Public Library to discuss the next steps in its mission to convince legislators to pass redistricting reform.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb gave his third State of the State address Tuesday night at the Indiana Statehouse, talking about topics such as the Department of Child Services, the opioid crisis and a hate crimes law.