Thomas says he'll appeal to the average Republican voter by advertising himself as an alternative candidate more focused on fixing what's wrong with Indiana.
Businessman Bob Thomas says he'll focus on a run for governor; Westfield police will discuss last month's stage collapse. Read more in our morning roundup.
Gov. Pence could face a tougher election bid than he did in 2012.
Gov. Pence is half way through his week-long trade mission to China.
State Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Portage, will face John Gregg in the 2016 Democratic primary.
Sen. Tallian has been an outspoken critic of Gov. Mike Pence and is the second Democrat to officially enter the race.
In vetoing the measure, Pence says, in his words, “the cost of public records should never be a barrier to the public’s right to know.”
Governor Pence says he hesitates supporting any restriction on commerce, but notes that 85 percent of nursing home revenue comes from taxpayers.
The fire academy will create a centralized training facility for fire departments across the state.
Gov. Mike Pence has already appointed INDOT's deputy commissioner to take over for Karl Browning.