Hamilton says people’s view on the election should not change their responsibilities as citizens.
Thousands of altered registration records flagged might be due to residents rushing to correct their names or birth dates ahead of the election.
We caught up with the campers of Girls Inc. to see what they think of Clinton's milestone.
Carson told the standing-room-only crowd that a president can consult experts on topics he is unfamiliar with, like international relations.
The majority of Indiana's House delegation voted against a key measure of President Obama's trade deal.
On April 23, Indiana Newsdesk hosts a live debate between Bloomington Democratic mayoral candidates John Linnemeier, John Hamilton, and Darryl Neher.
A Senate committee unanimously approves a bill giving terminally-ill patients the chance to try experimental drugs.
Legislators are considering whether to regulate or ban hunting preserves in Indiana.
One researcher says that people are using fake tweets to give the appearance that a candidate is more popular than he/she really is in the social media world.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he will accept the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court because it will be based on legality, not politics.