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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s 2018 agenda can be summed up in three words: people, people, people, said Gov. Eric Holcomb at his annual State of the State address.
Congress is working to pass a spending bill by the end of next week with one topic sitting at the forefront of the debate.
Indiana's chapter of nonprofit organization Women’s March on Washington will host an event focused on voter registration Jan. 20 to commemorate the anniversary of the march on Washington, D.C.
This winter had to be different.
The Indiana General Assembly officially kicked off its 2018 legislative session Wednesday, a session expected to be short and to focus more on social issues.
Vehicles with glider kits, which involves putting old engines in new trucks, may be able to dodge emission regulations for new motor vehicles if the Environmental Protection Agency passes a proposed rule change in January 2018.
Former representative Lee Hamilton's papers are now available in digital format from IU Libraries, according to a University press release.
Recently colleagues have called for Sen. Al Franken, D-Minnesota, to resign.He announced Thursday he would be doing so "in the coming weeks."
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, broke Indiana senators' silence Wednesday on sexual misconduct allegations against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minnesota, stating in a release that his behavior and conduct are unacceptable.
The congressman’s voice echoed off the walls and ceiling of a common room in the Gentry Park Bloomington Senior Living Community.
Ernie Pyle will have his day.
Federal prosecutors working under Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election secured a guilty plea Friday from Michael T. Flynn, former general and Trump adviser.
In the wee hours of Saturday morning, the Senate passed its version of a tax overhaul bill — just hours after the 479-page text was provided to senators, hand-written modifications and all.
When Federal Communications Commission chair Ajit Pai announced plans to roll back net neutrality in the United States, he felt the backlash immediately.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce wants to raise Indiana’s smoking age from 18 to 21 as part of a four-part proposal in its 2018 legislative agenda.
A 1-percent tax on prepared food and beverages may be levied in Monroe County to help fund the expansion of the Monroe Convention Center in downtown Bloomington.
Purchasing alcohol in Indiana could look a lot different over the next couple of years. Who that will benefit — liquor, convenience or grocery stores — is yet to be determined.
Gov. Eric Holcomb said in a statement Tuesday that Indiana retailers who sell cannabidiol, or CBD, products would get a 60-day window to continue selling the substance without confiscation or legal trouble.
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, announced the Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act has been officially implemented in the Indiana National Guard, according to a release from Donnelly's office.
The Federal Communications Commission announced Nov. 21 it plans to eliminate regulations passed under former President Barack Obama, regulations which classified the internet as a public utility.