The same day students across the nation staged demonstrations around school safety, Indiana lawmakers failed to pass a bill to address the same issue.
School shootings have prompted a series of student protests nationwide, and the Indiana education community is scrambling to prepare.
Gov. Eric Holcomb wants lawmakers to deliver $5 million more this year for schools to spend on safety. Lawmakers say they're prepared to deliver that money.
The district already conducts monthly drills, but now plans to install cameras in all facilities and transition away from traditional locks that require keys.
The unanimously-approved legislation compels the state’s secured school safety board to review school safety in Indiana and report to the legislature.
The state's top public school official says more needs to be done around school safety, including more funding for systems of care throughout the state.
Indiana's top education leader is urging lawmakers to address school safety in the wake of a shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 dead.
Wabash College says Crawfordsville Police instructed them to cancel classes.
Between July 2013 and July 2014, more than 1700 people seeking shelter in domestic violence shelters were turned away due to lack of space.
New law goes into effect that permits concealed guns to be present on school property in locked vehicles.