The small town of 2,500 is getting ready for their 11th LGBT pride festival on the courthouse square.
A U.S. Court of Appeals decision ruling in favor of transgender student protections is expected to influence policy in Indiana schools.
Education secretary Betsy DeVos faced questions about a school that reserves the right to deny admission to students from LGBT families.
Police say the church organist was fearful of the presidential election results and wanted to "give local people a reason to fight for good."
The ruling, which LGBT rights organizations are hailing as a "game changer," stems from a case originating in South Bend, Indiana.
The county's anti-discrimination ordinance will now include sexual orientation and gender identity.
The Trump administration is leaving the issue up to states to decide. Indiana school officials are divided on the issue.
The cities of Indianapolis, Bloomington, Carmel and Columbus were appealing a decision by a Hamilton Superior Court judge.
The state is appealing a ruling that allows both lesbian parents to be listed on a birth certificate.
Indiana Youth Group said Tuesday its 15,000 square feet of office space on Indianapolis' north side is about five times the size of its former location.