Around 200 people gathered in an old gymnasium in southern Indiana for the rally, part of the Indiana GOP’s “Proven Leadership” tour.
The statewide tour began in Gregg's hometown of Sandborn and will cover 54 stops in eight days.
Eric Holcomb replaced Gov. Pence to become the GOP nominee for governor about three months ago. We talked with him about the issues the next governor will face.
John Gregg spent a year campaigning and rolling out policy proposals. We sat down with the Democratic candidate to discuss the major issues in the race.
Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith sat down with gubernatorial candidate Rex Bell to talk about where he stands on issues in the race.
The last Indiana gubernatorial debate this year focused on health and social issues.
The recommendations don’t include anything about allowing Sunday alcohol carryout sales or allowing retailers other than liquor stores to sell cold beer.
The ACLU of Indiana sued the Department of Child Services on behalf of Mary Price, a caseworker who oversees 43 children.
Legislation to regulate paid fantasy sports requires operators to “make a reasonable effort” to withhold delinquent child support from a player's winnings.
Straight ticket voting won’t be the same this election after a change made by the legislature earlier this year.