Low-income or minority community members who might be impacted by the extension will receive surveys from INDOT.
Indiana manufacturers laid out priorities for the next legislative session in the first of a series of industry meetings this week.
Some parents have alleged the Department of Child Services has not provided enough preventative services to mentally challenged children.
The Bloomington City Council voted 5-4 against the re-introduction of legislative reform Wednesday night but agreed changes could be made.
Assistant Superintendent Dale Chu says the purpose of all the public meetings around the state is not necessarily to be a forum for debate.
Indiana lawmakers will soon begin redrawing the state’s political boundaries.
Bloomington State Representative Peggy Welch says property taxes have dominated discussions at meetings she's been holding over the past two weeks.