Hillary Clinton will visit Indianapolis as she tours the country on her campaign for the Democratic nomination for president.
Glenda Ritz announces her campaign plans this week; pit bulls are taking up an increasing amount of space in pet shelters. Read more in our morning roundup.
Former Democratic Congressman Baron Hill says he’s running for the U.S. Senate because Indiana needs someone who will fight for the working class.
Gov. Mike Pence says he will discuss the notion with his family and announce his decision sometime after the 2015 legislative session.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay and Indiana Pacers owner Herb Simon are giving the ISO $1.5 million collectively.
A campaign flyer showing Senator Richard Lugar supporting Richard Mourdouck was never approved by Lugar or his staff.
State Superintendent Tony Bennett has raised at least $175,000 in campaign funds since August 31.
Skillman highlights Mourdock’s ability to work with both sides of the aisle...something Mourdock’s opponents say goes against his record.
Bayh says appearing with Donnelly is not about trying to rally the Democratic base around a conservative Democrat.
Pence spokeswoman Christy Denault says, “We think that each candidate should talk about his own ideas and let Hoosiers decide which they like best.”