The show hits the road and broadcasts live from WBEZ's new Northwest Indiana bureau. We speak with the mayor of Hammond, Tom McDermott and later hear the latest from the Front and Center series. Finally, Rick talks to sports columnist Mike Hutton and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
Indiana’s governor Monday morning signed the state’s first-ever anti-smoking bill into law at a public ceremony at the statehouse in Indianapolis.Smoking won’t be welcome at Indiana restaurants, but smokers need not to worry — there will still be plenty of places to light up in the Hoosier state, an
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.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has been successful at politics. So much so that many Republicans wanted him to seek their party’s nomination for president. He declined last spring.So, there's no acclaim for Daniels as a presidential candidate.