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2 hrs ago | Nuvo.net
Gov. Mike Pence talks to reporters Tuesday at the state's first capitol building in Corydon following a speech about education.
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4 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
The initial reaction up and down the line, even before parsing the details? Nice, but why don't we wait until the General Assembly's budget year before pushing for a set of new goals.
The Ed.Blog dutifully checked the weather conditions at 9 am today. Indy came in at a balmy 3 degrees above, while Anchorage was a tropical 18 .
Gov. Mike Pence selected new members for the nominating commission for the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a winter weather advisory for snow, which is in effect from 7:00 pm Friday to noon Saturday.
A plan backed by Gov. Mike Pence could cut $1 billion of tax revenue. It's revenue West Lafayette Republican Mayor John Dennis said would head to the state's individual communities.
A regional planning commission in northwest Indiana is scheduled to vote on whether to move forward with a plan to build the 47-mile-long Illiana Expressway that would connect Interstate 65 near Lowell with Interstate 55 south of Chicago.
The authors of our Constitution would be astonished at the arrogance and growing power of 21st century federal regulators.
A six-year-old boy kissed a classmate and got suspended for sexual harassment. Now his mom is fighting to get the incident removed from his record.
Gov. Mike Pence says the federal government has rejected Indiana's request that Howard County be declared a major disaster area because of damage from last month's tornadoes and severe storms.
Now that reform has been implemented, Gov. Mike Pence said Tuesday it's time for Indiana's legislature to focus on education innovation.
Security device maker Allegion says it is establishing its North American headquarters in suburban Indianapolis and plans adding up to 100 employees there in the coming year.
Indiana agribusiness executive Ted McKinney will be the new director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
Education reform in Indiana has been a heated issue, as Governor Mike Pence has repeatedly butted heads with State Superintendent of Education Glenda Ritz.
Rabbi Bruce Pfeffer points out the bidirectional meter on the back of the home he and his wife, Dr. Amy Beth Kressel, own.
Gov. Mike Pence expanded Wednesday on an education agenda largely focused on early childhood education and charter schools but was still short on details about how to fund it.