Federal funds will pay for 80 percent of the project costs, with Monroe County to contribute the rest.
Hamilton says they didn’t do as good a job with transparency of the armored car discussion and are trying to fix it.
Activists flooded a meeting at Bloomington City Hall Tuesday night to protest the police department’s planned purchase of an armored vehicle.
Bloomington officials say the number of riders using the public transit system is lower than in previous years, but is better than any other Indiana urban area.
The tour aims to connect Democratic leaders with community and business leaders to discuss national infrastructure needs.
Carryout Sunday alcohol sales are close to becoming a reality in Indiana after the House endorsed legislation previously approved by the Senate.
Flood warnings and advisories are in effect for central and southern parts of Indiana this week. Forecasters are predicting another 3 to 6 inches of rain.
Sen. Young calls it his Fair Shot Agenda, and it outlines four key areas: opportunity, safety, health, and better government.
Police can use a drug dog to search your vehicle during a routine traffic stop if you voluntarily admit to past drug possession.
A committee passed an amended bill Tuesday that would require schools to make two attempts to notify parents of sex education curriculum before classes start.