Indiana voters will decide next month whether to follow 19 other states in adopting a constitutional amendment to protect the right to hunt and fish.
Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop says his administration continues to be dogged by the actions of his predecessor Kristen Brown and a small group of her supporters.
The museum is still working on final designs for the renovation, which includes the museum taking over the space currently used for the Fine Arts Library.
Bloomington City Council members postponed a vote on a development project that would replace the current Dunnhill apartment complex.
Indiana Democratic Party spokesman Drew Anderson says Secretary Of State Connie Lawson rushed to judgment without knowing the facts.
Thousands of altered registration records flagged might be due to residents rushing to correct their names or birth dates ahead of the election.
Authorities have seized tens of thousands of suspected counterfeit items from several booths at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival.
The Tippecanoe School Corporation is making antibiotics available to people after a kindergartner who has tested positive for bacterial meningitis.
The Journal Gazette reports the school's College of Arts and Sciences is most affected, with geology, philosophy and women's studies being eliminated Jan. 1.
Fourteen Indiana schools will receive a total of $16 million dollars to raise student achievement at their schools.