A state senator says she may seek a referendum on single-class basketball, despite overwhelming disapproval from players and administrators.
Not since 1997, when Bloomington North won the boys title, has the state held a single basketball tournament for all high schools in the state.
The IHSAA is taking a straw poll at each meeting and will release the results of those votes.
The move comes on the heels of legislative action to force Indiana to return to a single tournament including all schools.
The Indiana ACLU says immigration is a federal, not state matter.
Committee fails to produce quorum when considering legislation that would require presidential candidates to show birth certificates to be on an Indiana ballot.
Republican leaders have expressed concerns over its effects.
Opponents say the bill could lead to legalized racial profiling of Indiana's Hispanic population.