Indiana is considering a program called Safet2Tell, which was implemented in Colorado after the Columbine school shooting.
The proposal to install security cameras in public sites across the city is expected to cost about $116,000.
Indiana University cyber security expert Fred Cate recommends the National Security Agency be split into two as a way to avoid conflicts of interest.
The Attorney General’s office began investigating TerraCom after customers' private information was allegedly published online.
State legislators are exploring whether schools should be covered under a policy that allows people to use deadly force in certain situations.
The bill will provide up to $50,000 in matching grants for school districts seeking to boost security.
The state legislature has passed a bill that would provide grants to schools that want to increase their security.
Law enforcement plans to work during the late night and early morning hours of the Little 500 weekend, with help from state troopers and excise police.
TSA says it will no longer require children under 12 or adults over 75 to take off their shoes.
The Indiana State Fair Commission has hired a chief operating officer to develop a comprehensive public safety plan.