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Picture that was Tweeted by Micah Clark, who stands behind Gov. Pence next to Eric Miller, at the private RFRA bill signing (image courtesy of Twitter) Leaders of conservative religious groups are not happy with the proposed fix to Indiana's religious freedom law. Among those...
Indianapolis Power and Light says it'll cost roughly $2.5 million to replace hundreds of old manhole covers in downtown Indianapolis. IPL President Kelly Huntington and Senior Vice President Joe Bentley testified before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Thursday. It was...
Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) and House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Legislators will vote today on a followup to Indiana's new religious-freedom law, explicitly banning denial of service to gays and lesbians. 19...
Indiana House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis), Indiana Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) and Indiana business leaders will hold a press conference on Thursday, April 2 at 9 a.m. ET to discuss the clarification of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration...
What began as a way for Indiana businesses to show they would serve anyone has expanded to more than half the U.S. and beyond. Open For Service was created while the Religious Freedom Restoration Act was still a bill, and founder Josh Driver says he wanted to put a positive spin...
A church whose headquarters have been in Indianapolis for almost 100 years have followed through on a promise related to the new religious freedom law. The president of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) says the church's board voted to move its 2017 convention, what...
IUPUI is celebrating a new facility. Chancellor Charles Bantz and dignitaries including basketball legend Oscar Robertson dedicated the new outdoor sand volleyball and basketball courts on the IUPUI campus in downtown Indianapolis Wednesday. The dedication also honored Robertson...
A House committee has approved one expansion of the death penalty, but put another on hold. The Senate responded to last year's murder of a Purdue teaching assistant in his classroom with a bill allowing the death penalty for school shootings or shootings during worship services...
A new report says the number of Hoosiers suffering with Alzheimer's Disease is rising. Alzheimer's Association of Greater Indiana Senior Specialist Dustin Ziegler says 110,000 Hoosiers are now affected by the ailment. It's the sixth leading cause of death and fifth leading cause...