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In her 22 years as an attorney, Christine Talley Haseman said she has seen too many cases in which a parent loses contact with his or her child because of mental illness.
Geoffrey Bradley said the best way to learn about someone is to talk to people who watch them when no one else is looking.
Indiana became the second state to receive permission from the federal government to require Medicaid enrollees to obtain employment to keep their healthcare benefits.
The food and beverage tax passed by the Monroe County City Council on Dec. 13, 2017 will not apply to food courts or stores on the IU campus for current students.
The Indiana General Assembly is about halfway through its session, which is scheduled to end March 14. As it heads into the second half, bills that were passed in the State Senate or House, will make their way through the opposite chamber. Here’s what you missed this week at the Indiana Statehouse.
In his law career, Chris Gaal said he has dealt with civil, criminal, family and immigration cases. He has spent half of his law career in private practice as an attorney and the other half as a prosecutor.
Supporters of cannabidiol oil legalization gathered at the Statehouse on Thursday with a goal of educating themselves and the public on the uses and benefits of CBD oil.
Three judicial seats — Seat 2, Seat 3 and Seat 8 — in Monroe County are up for grabs in the midterm election Nov. 6.
Potential student voters in this year’s 9th Congressional District Democratic primary got the chance to ask candidates about policy issues Wednesday night.
Bloomington City Councilwoman Susan Sandberg said she knows what it’s like to fight for respect in a male-dominated field.
A bill that would require schools to get parental permission to teach human sexuality has passed through the state Senate.
President Trump touted the United States’ military strength, last year’s tax overhaul and reductions in federal regulations in his first State of the Union address Tuesday night.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers have decided not to hear a hate crime bill this session.
A state senator has proposed a bill that would ban a practice known as scleral tattooing, or the tattooing of the whites of the eyes.
As legislators finish up three and half weeks in session, here’s what you may have missed this week in the Indiana General Assembly:
Rep. Matt Pierce, D-Bloomington, first thought of introducing a "death with dignity" law after reading blogs and columns from Carrol Krause, a late Bloomington writer and Herald-Times columnist.
A state House committee amended and passed a bill Wednesday morning that would remove the fee for a lifetime permit to carry a handgun and extends the four-year handgun license to a five-year license.
In the midst of a federal government shutdown last weekend, approximately 20 senators from both parties crowded into the Washington, D.C. office of Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine.
The Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that would allow carryout alcohol sales on Sundays.
A bill that would legalize the sale and possession of CBD oil with a THC composition of no more than 0.3 percent has passed through an Indiana Senate committee.