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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.
A coalition met Wednesday in the Indiana Statehouse to lobby for a $2 increase on the state cigarette tax to prevent tobacco usage.
Mayor John Hamilton will run for re-election according to an announcement in a press release from Hamilton's campaign Sunday.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced changes to the rules governing student sexual assault cases earlier this month. The multitude of new regulations may introduce cross-examination into investigations conducted by colleges and universities.
Amanda Barge, president of the Monroe County Board of Commissioners wants her mayoral campaign platform to be informed by citizens' feedback. If she decides to run, that is.
Some Monroe County poll volunteers are asking county officials to investigate or publicly explain the ballot shortages and long lines on Election Day.
A crowd of more than 100 people gathered at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Monroe County Courthouse to protest President Trump’s ouster of his attorney general.
Indiana state legislators will be required to create a balanced budget every two years after an amendment to Article 10 Section 5 of Indiana’s constitution passed Tuesday.
After midterm elections results rolled in Tuesday night, students expressed disappointment, optimism, fear and relief.
By Chris Megerian and Del Quentin Wilber
Though the vote talliers have not yet finished their work, Tuesday night proved to Hoosiers that the so-called blue wave would not touch the Crossroads of America.
Addressing a roaring crowd of Monroe County Democrats during her concession speech Tuesday night, Liz Watson said nothing more could have been done to help her win Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.
INDIANAPOLIS – In his victory speech Tuesday night, Republican Mike Braun told supporters he wouldn’t have run for U.S. Senate if Donald Trump was not president.
A crowd of about 40 Monroe County Republicans gathered at the Amvets Post 2000 Tuesday night, watching as the nation watched Indiana.