The major news out of the statehouse this week was the passage of right-to-work in the Indiana House of Representatives.
The NFL has set up a "playground" to attract Super Bowl visitors.
He says even though some traffickers may have already gained a foothold because of the legislative delay, there’s still plenty that can be done.
IUPUI students say the university should not cancel classes because of the Super Bowl.
The Columbus Municipal Airport says it has not seen an increase in traffic yet.
Bar owners say a smoking ban targets their businesses and could hurt their profits.
Indiana legislators are trying to get a bill passed that would tighten rules on sex trafficking, but disputes over right to work are pushing it aside.
Proponents of the bill hope to have it in place by the time the Superbowl arrives in Indy.
The latest proposal would have exempted some private clubs from the ban.
The Marching Hundred will be part of the big half show entertainment during Super Bowl 2012 in Indy.