Changing of the guard at GOP Convention
Indiana's Republican Party convention this weekend will mark a broad changing of the guard for the party that holds a firm grip on power at the Statehouse.
Dems complain of Pence's residency
Indiana Democrats are looking to ensnare Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence in the same residency trap that has caught three of the state's top
Lugar honored for work in S. Africa
The Republic of South Africa has given U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar the Mandela Freedom Statuette for his "exceptional contribution to the struggle for the
Indiana Youth Group to fight for license plate
An Indiana gay-youth advocacy group has decided to seek legal help and fight to keep its specialty license plate.
Daniels set to sign tax law changes
Gov. Mitch Daniels is ready to sign off on some changes to Indiana's tax laws.
Indiana smoking ban, money issues still face votes
Indiana lawmakers plan on ending this year's session on Friday, but still must decide whether they're going to approve a statewide smoking ban and how quickly
Sec. of State case in judges' hands now
Who will replace Charlie White in the office of Secretary of State? That question is in the hands of the state Supreme Court.
Morris stands by Girl Scouts criticism
Undaunted by a day of ridicule from the leader of his own party, Representative Bob Morris is standing by his allegations that the Girl Scouts are a radical
Ind. House votes 94-0 on boating bill
Indiana's law against operating a motorboat while intoxicated would be the same as that for drunken driving under a proposal advancing in the state
Secretary of State Charlie White convicted of felony charges
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White was found guilty early Saturday morning of felony election fraud charges.