The move was a big victory for neighborhood leaders who had been fighting to keep in place the city’s ban on digital billboards.
Todd Rokita, who represented Indiana’s 4th district from 2010-2018 and served as secretary of state from 2002-2010, has taken a job as general counsel and vice president of external affairs for Apex Benefits.
As he delivers his second State of the Union address Tuesday night, the president likely will note Friday’s surprising jobs report and rising factory output.
Republican Fred Glynn, who recently was re-elected to the Hamilton County Council, will run against six-term Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard in May's primary.
Republican and Democratic leaders of the City-County Council say they want the opportunity to fully debate a bill that would funnel state and local tax revenue to an 18,000-seat stadium that would be part of a larger mixed-use development.
After nearly four years away from Indiana, local tech luminary Scott Jones has returned to central Indiana. And he’s returned with gusto, supercharging Eleven Fifty Academy and helping advance a life-sciences company he says can “transform medicine on multiple fronts.”
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is barely old enough to run for president, but he and other young potential candidates are finding encouragement at a time when conventional election wisdom has been upended.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett has a huge fundraising advantage over his Republican challengers, who are starting their campaigns with bank accounts in the four-figure range.
Messer will co-lead the firm’s federal advocacy team with FaegreBD principal Ted Bristol, who served as legislative advisor to senior Democrats in the U.S. House and Senate.
The vice president has been one of the administration’s most visible emissaries during the shutdown fight, meeting with lawmakers, sitting for interviews and leading staff-level talks. But he’s been repeatedly undermined and contradicted by his boss.
The state GOP said Holcomb ended 2018 with more campaign cash in the bank that any previous second-year governor.
Norton became the town manager in 2013 and led the Boone County community through a period of significant growth and booming economic development.
Several Indiana legislators support marijuana legalization bills that could be considered during the General Assembly session that starts in early January.
Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics says it’s cooperating with the investigation.
The Capital Improvement Board of Managers will ask lawmakers for more long-term funding that could be used in part for improvements at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The governor says he’s ready to listen.
State Sen. Jim Merritt told IBJ on Monday morning that he’s doing his due diligence on a potential campaign for mayor, leaving the Marion County GOP temporarily without a leader.
Gov. Eric Holcomb said he’s not disappointed to have fallen short on college re-enrollment and adult education initiatives, because the state had “set high goals.”
When the Indiana General Assembly convenes for the 2019 session on Thursday, it will have 21 new faces—16 in the House and five in the Senate—a significant amount of turnover for a body of 150 lawmakers.
It took Indiana more than two decades just to add two additional women to its 150 members. Hardly a reason to pop the champagne.
The Legislative Council unanimously approved guidelines proposed by its personnel subcommittee to combat sexual harassment at the Indiana Statehouse, but the policy still faces further votes in the House and Senate.