The new $3.1 million dispatch center is expected to be constructed by the end of 2014.
The approved legislation releases $200 million right away but requires state budget committee approval for the second $200 million.
The bill the legislature approved last week would ban youth under 16 years old from tanning salons altogether.
The legislation would bar employers from discriminating against veterans.
Legislators are also considering a bill to block police from using scanners to download information from cell phones.
Purdue asked Dr. Michael McCracken to change his wording of a dedication plaque, saying a reference to God at a public university violates the first amendment.
Principals of two failing schools presented their proposals for improvement at the MCCSC Board Meeting Tuesday before opening the meeting for public comment.
Local Freedom Indiana chapters held community meetings Wednesday evening in fifteen locations across the state to wrap up the campaign.
The parking garage fabric canopy caved in around 9 a.m. Tuesday beneath the weight of snow.
A Senate committee unanimously followed the House in voting to put a stop to the use of electronic scanners that can download information from your cell phone.