Governor Eric Holcomb announced the state is pulling out of a deal with an Ohio-based company to lease Indiana’s cell tower network.
Violent crimes made up only 1 percent of the calls Bloomington Police responded to last year, but that’s an increase from 2015.
One override would allow the state to delay environmental regulations that are stricter than federal rules.
House Republicans made a change to their road funding bill that would open a $600 million hole in the next state budget.
Some doctors support a bill requiring abortion providers tell patients their medication-induced abortions could be reversed; others call it medically unsound.
Mayor Bennett says the proposed new casino is a private development and those opposed to it should contact state legislators.
A House committee debated a series of firearm regulations, including one to allow people protected by restraining orders to carry a handgun without a license.
The bill would allow the courts to impose harsher sentences for crimes motivated by hate.
House Democrats unveiled their road funding plan, billing it “No New Taxes.” Instead, Democrats want to halt future tax cuts to help pay for their plan.
President Trump's executive order on immigration means Bloomington won't welcome refugees as planned in March. Some are applauding the decision.