Indiana’s presidential primary isn’t for another three months but there’s already a ballot issue brewing on the Republican side.Granted, Republicans might decide on their presidential nominee before Indiana's primary vote on May 8, but Rick Santorum's Hoosier supporters could find their hopes dashed
The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA) on Wednesday issued a scathing report about last summer’s deadly stage collapse.It cited three organizations, including the Indiana State Fair Commission, the entity that hosts the annual state fair in Indianapolis, for safety v
It’s a new year with a new legislative session, but an all-too-familiar story is recurring in the Indiana Statehouse, at least from the Republican viewpoint: House Democrats once again held up any work because they oppose a GOP proposal to make Indiana a right-to-work state.Wednesday was to have bee
Indiana’s legislative session will be short this year — it’s expected to last until March — but judging by the political tone set before the start of the session Wednesday, the debate will be furious.The Republican leadership, as well as Republican Gov.
Nearly all of the 65 people who were injured at last summer’s Indiana State Fair when a stage collapsed has accepted the state’s settlement offer.Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said 64 people who were injured will share in the settlements totally $5-million, the maximum allowed under state la
Some students at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond, Indiana were outraged by one of their professors, Maurice Eisenstein, who teaches political science at the Northwest Indiana university.He came under fire for comments made in lectures and online which many considered anti-Muslim.Eisenstein was