The Monday’s town hall-style gubernatorial debate focused on education, and took place at Indianapolis’ Lawrence North High School.
The debate is focused on education issues and took place at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis.
Where do Indiana's gubernatorial candidates stand on roads, universal pre-K, and LGBT protections?
Lieutenant Governor Holcomb proposes using a combination of federal, state, parental and private dollars to expanding the state's preschool program.
The Reason Foundation, a Libertarian policy think tank, ranks each state’s highway system every few years.
Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb is opposing a federal rule that would further protect waterways from the impacts of surface coal mining.
Even though state-approved syringe exchange programs were made legal last year, the state doesn’t offer assistance to those programs.
We talk with the Indiana gubernatorial candidates, how the state is fighting against opioid abuse and more on a community effort to produce clean energy.
Nearly a quarter of Hoosiers smoke – and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce says that costs the state nearly $3 billion a year in healthcare.
Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has said he wants to emulate the business-friendly agenda of former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels — for whom Holcomb was a top aide.