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The Pence Administration is looking to slow down a bill that would open the birth records of thousands of adopted Hoosiers. Indiana law says children adopted since 1993 can get the names of their birth parents unless the parents specifically opt out. The Senate has already...
The City of Indianapolis has swung into high gear on pothole patrol. Department of Public Works Spokesman Scott Manning says March is typically when crews get out and fill in those pesky holes that can wreak havoc on vehicles. Manning says so far this year, the city has spent...
Senators are working to craft regulations for Indiana's confined hunting preserves. In past years, the Senate has been a dead end for bills to legalize high-fence hunting. But now that the Court of Appeals has upheld the preserves' right to operate, the focus has turned to...
A new report out cites Indiana's civic health. The 2015 Indiana Civic Health Index shows the state does well when it comes to neighbor involvement, close association with family, confidence in public institutions and corporations and financial contributions. However, Indiana...
A group of Hoosiers is going without food to support a hike in Indiana's minimum wage. A coalition of groups gathered at the Statehouse as part of Indiana Moral Mondays. The Indiana Senate is expected to vote this week on an amendment that would raise the minimum wage in Indiana...
750-thousand Hoosiers have it. Are you at risk of developing type 2 diabetes? Tuesday, March 24th is the annual American Diabetes Association 'Alert Day'. Residents are being encouraged to take a diabetes risk test. Carol Dixon with the American Diabetes Association, says 1 in 3...
(image courtesy of Freedom Indiana) Regardless of how the House votes on a state religious freedom bill, opponents say lawmakers will know what thousands of Hoosiers think about it. The Freedom Indiana coalition of businesses and individuals delivered 10,000 letters to the...
A VA clinic manager on leave for an inappropriate email has had her license suspended by the state. The Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Board voted to suspend the license of social worker Robin Paul. She IS the manager of the Seamless Transition Integrated Care...
As the State Senate prepares to vote on whether Indiana should regulate e-cigarettes, a new study says advertisements for them makes tobacco users want to smoke. The study published in the journal Health Communication looked at 800 occasional and former smokers of tobacco...