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The biggest snowfall of the season may be coming this weekend to Indiana. Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says snow is in the forecast for Saturday night into Sunday morning. Puma says it's still too early to say, but Central Indiana might...
They heard a plea from Superintendent Glenda Ritz to keep her position as chair of the State Board of Education, but a legislative committee took the first step to remove her anyway. The House Education Committee voted 8-to-3 along political party lines in favor of a bill that...
Speaker Brian Bosma says the House will go through some "growing pains" as it gets accustomed to tougher new ethics rules. The House approved a new ethics code this week, and Bosma is authoring a bill to put tougher ethics rules into state law. But the week also saw House...
Indiana manufacturers of vaping liquid would have to list their ingredients and institute strict security measures, under a bill headed for the Senate floor. Indiana bans selling e-cigarettes to minors, but vaping is otherwise unregulated by either state or federal law. Liquor...
Long time Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard says Republican primary challenger Rick Sharp isn't "telling the truth" about the city's fiscal health. Brainard says the city council president has mischaracterized his administration's spending practices on at least two, big budget projects...
JustIN is dead before it even started. The state "news" agency that prompted criticism from news organizations as well as lawmakers from both political parties was spiked by Governor Pence, one day after he alluded to possibly doing so during an appearance on Greg Garrison's...
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says information received from Richmond Hill explosion suspect Monserrate Shirley helped investigators nab a fourth suspect. 44-year-old Gary Thompson faces 49 charges including two murder counts, conspiracy to commit arson and 46 arson...
A House committee has taken the first step in what could be a major shift of education authority in Indiana. The House Education Committee voted 9-to-4 along political party lines to shift several duties of the Department of Education to the State Board of Education. The...
Debate in the House Education Committee from Tuesday (image courtesy of Indiana General Assembly) The House Education Committee debates two bills today that would do what State Superintendent Glenda Ritz has long claimed would happen - shift power away from her office. The...