Former Zionsville School Board member running for mayor
Jane Burgess, a 20-year Zionsville resident, is the second Republican to announce a run for the May 3 primary election.Read More
Indiana midterm election turnout drops 20%, with Marion County near bottom
Indiana Election Division results show Hoosier voters turned out at the lowest rates in Decatur, Tippecanoe and Marion counties.Read More
Justices skeptical of elections case that could alter voting
The case has profound potential effects on elections and democracy, and it is also a fresh test for the court that increasingly has been criticized as having become politicized.Read More
Despite recession fears, Holcomb remains ‘bullish’ on Indiana economy
While many economists are sounding the alarm on a possible economic slowdown next year, Gov. Eric Holcomb says Indiana is well-positioned to take advantage of a “manufacturing renaissance” in the United States.Read More
Once complete, the new dashboard is expected to be used by lawmakers and education officials to change the state’s approach to K-12 curriculum and school accountability evaluations.
The move came a day after Facebook said it would “consider removing news from our platform” if lawmakers moved ahead with the measure, a threat that publisher groups denounced.
Former President Donald Trump himself was not on trial but prosecutors alleged he “knew exactly what was going on” with the scheme, though he and the company’s lawyers have denied that.
Legislation to avert what could have been an economically ruinous freight rail strike won final approval in Congress on Thursday as lawmakers responded quickly to President Joe Biden’s call for federal intervention in a long-running labor dispute.
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to take up the case in late winter. The court’s decision to hear arguments relatively quickly means it is likely to determine whether the widespread loan cancellations are legal by late June.
The bill lawmakers are considering would impose a compromise labor agreement that was voted down by four of the 12 unions representing more than 100,000 employees at large freight rail carriers.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun has ended months of speculation over whether he planned to run for Indiana governor in 2024 rather than seek a second term in the Senate.
The Respect for Marriage Act, once repassed by the House and signed by President Joe Biden, will help protect recognition of same-sex marriages, enforced by the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling, against future legal challenges.
Former Vice President Mike Pence brought his national book tour to Indianapolis one week after the release of his autobiography, which has brought him much media attention and intensified speculation about whether he’ll run for president in 2024.
Community engagement consultant Gregory Meriweather on Tuesday officially formed a campaign committee to seek the Democratic nomination for mayor of Indianapolis, setting up a contested primary against incumbent Mayor Joe Hogsett and State Rep. Robin Schackleford.
James Jackson, pastor of Fervent Prayer Church at 10512 E. 38th St., says he plans to focus on public safety and education in his campaign.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce laid out its agenda as lawmakers prepare to return to the Statehouse next year to craft a two-year budget and consider dipping into the state’s $6 billion surplus to improve public health outcomes, education and workforce development.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she will not seek a leadership position in the new Congress, ending a historic run as the first woman with the gavel and making way for a new generation to steer the party.
Former Vice President Mike Pence, while considering a presidential campaign of his own, has been raising his profile as he promotes his new memoir.
The coming shift in power—which in January will end two years of unified Democratic control in Washington—is sure to complicate the second half of President Joe Biden’s term.
The new leadership team emerged from several contested races decided during an hours-long secret ballot voting session, including a three-way campaign for whip that pitted Indiana Rep. Jim Banks, Minnesota Rep. Tom Emmer and Georgia Rep. Drew Ferguson against each other.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced his third bid for reelection Tuesday evening at the Indianapolis City Market. He said he wants a another term so he can accomplish goals that the pandemic derailed.