A bill allowing people to use force against police illegally entering their homes took a step closer to the governor’s desk Thursday.
The General Assembly is taking up the bills that would change the laws on police entry into homes without a warrant and a possible statewide smoking ban.
The U.S. House of Representatives plans to pick the bill back up after next week's recess.
Why this may be the year the measure finally passes the Senate.
Some say the bill leaves teachers and schools open to costly lawsuits.
The survey says one in four American drivers could afford to pay a $2,000 car repair bill ... if they had to.
Thousands of Hoosiers may lose their unemployment benefits under changes effective today.
The governor vetoed the bill because he believes it would violate the Indiana Constitution.
Within ten minutes of the governor’s signature on the bill, the organization’s lawyers filed for the stay.
The vouchers program offers scholarships to families wanting to send their child to a non-public school.