The mayor's State of the City Address, the proposed downtown convention center, a population increase, workforce development and this weekend's Easter egg hunt.
After weeks of protests, Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton announced the city will move forward with purchasing an armored vehicle for the police department.
The Indiana Women’s basketball team is moving on to play Virginia Tech in the WNIT Championship Saturday.
The public comment tally on the armored vehicle, road construction detours, Trades District groundbreaking ceremonies and short term rental legislation.
Lawmakers legalized CBD oil, approved a measure to fill a funding gap for K-12 public schools, and more. But even lawmakers called the session’s end chaotic.
This month Mayor Bennett talks about the proposed food and beverage tax increase, the final 2017 city budget numbers, city deficit update and the regional economic initiative.
Governor Holcomb takes note of area workforce development efforts and the proposed riverfront project needs city council support to move forward.
A judge is requiring Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources to release public documents related to a controversial mining expansion near Boonville.
A Senate Committee voted 11-0 to advance a bill that would incentivize companies to provide broadband internet to rural areas, but not everyone is on board.
This week we visit Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and talk about their housing crunch and progress of an innkeeper's tax increase.