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Indiana House Democrats Ed DeLaney (D-Indianapolis), Ryan Dvorak (D-South Bend), and Matt Pierce (D-Bloomington) are asking Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) to launch an investigation into whether Attorney General Curtis Hill should be impeached for alleged...
Although Indiana is ending the fiscal year with a nearly $1.8 billion surplus, budget officials say they are keeping an eye for some possible financial trouble spots down the road. State Auditor Tera Klutz and budget chief Micah Vincent reported today that Indiana will close out...
The latest poll of Indiana voters shows the race between incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican challenger Mike Braun a virtual tie. The Survey Monkey/Axios poll gave Braun a two-point lead over Donnelly, 49-42, with four percent undecided. The same poll showed 51...
Although she is calling on Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill to resign, Democratic State Senator Karen Tallian says the process for addressing the allegations against him could have been done differently. Tallian was one about 60 people who showed up Saturday at the...
A Marion County Judge has ruled while the First Church of Cannabis (FCOC) might be a church, it has no right to use cannabis as part of its sacrament. In an order issued late Friday, a Marion County judge ruled the state’s prohibition against legal marijuana outweighed any...
Whenever I get asked what should happen to Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, who is accused of groping several women in a bar, my response is easy. I say "get all the facts" and then let's make a decision. Click Here for More
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is denying groping allegations levied against him in a story published Monday on the Indianapolis Star’s website. The Star is reporting that four women accused the Attorney General of touching them inappropriately at a party on the last day...
You might not know it from being on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis, but the overall number of homeless individuals in the city is actually down, but they have fewer places to go. According to the Coalition for Homeless Intervention and Prevention (CHIP), the homeless...
With 2018 nearly half over and Indianapolis creeping toward another year of record-breaking murders, here are some of the statistics behind the Circle City's growing body count. As of Monday, June 25, Indianapolis has had 69 murders. That’s a murder every 2.57 day which puts the...