John Dickerson hasn't been in politics, but he is a fresher face than the other Democratic candidate, former Rep. Baron Hill.
Indiana's Lifeline Law has expanded to include more situations where students might need to call the police but fear getting in trouble for drinking.
John Dickerson was the executive director of the nonprofit group, The Arc of Indiana, from 1983 until earlier this year.
Candidates addressed crop insurance, Cuba and the EPA at the Indiana Ag Policy Summit.
Rep. Todd Young is focusing on his experience as a Marine and a Congressman as reasons why he is qualified for Senate.
A Brown County judge will wait until jury selection to decide if Daniel Messel's trial will be relocated; Rep. Christina Hale won't run for U.S. Senate in 2016.
Hill said in a statement that he’ll fight to restore the American Dream, the middle class, and to build an economy where everyone has the chance to succeed
Congressman Marlin Stutzman's opponent, former state GOP Chair Eric Holcomb, seems to have the monetary advantage with strong ties to the business community.
Former Democratic Congressman Baron Hill says he’s running for the U.S. Senate because Indiana needs someone who will fight for the working class.
Stutzman seeks to replace Sen. Dan Coats, who announced earlier this year he is retiring.