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Lawmakers passed a bill last year requiring the state to draft new guidelines amid growing criticism of Indiana's use of national education standards called the Common Core.
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Like it or not, more snow is on the way for central Indiana, and just the thought of having to fight another winter storm is difficult for dozens of counties with already-stressed budgets.
It's a program aimed at saving Hoosiers money by helping them become more energy-efficient.
Indiana Speaker of the House Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, smiles as House Minority Leader Rep. Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, gives his report as the 2014 General Assembly reconvened for this year's session at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis on Tuesday, January 7, 2014.
The first draft of Indiana's testing and curriculum standards meant to replace Common Core national standards has grassroots activists in arms and educators and business leaders complaining, which has caused Gov. Mike Pence and his staff to slightly delay the rewrite process.
Volunteers in the Kokomo area are trying to get word out that they are still available to help people still trying to recover from two tornadoes and severe storms that hit the city in November.
How often do you 'write'? Or do you more often 'text'? The answer to that question may form your opinion for a debate about handwriting in Indiana.
Conflicting state and federal policies will likely cost Indiana same-sex couples more when they file their tax returns this year, experts say.
A shutdown of the state's energy efficiency program was sent to the governor's desk Monday, but lawmakers were still mulling over other tough issues, including the proposed relaxing of gun regulations, as they entered the final week of their 2014 session.
News that three Indiana members of Congress are among scores who have accepted free trips to Israel courtesy of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee is disturbing for a reason not commonly inferred from the expose.
Tickets from automatic traffic cameras totaled $19.7 million for nine Iowa cities during the last fiscal year, but more than 34 percent of that money went to out-of-state vendors.
Indiana State Police and the FBI are investigating the spending of campaign funds by the mayor of the small Madison County city of Elwood, a former campaign official said.
John Hill, executive director of Indiana's Department of Homeland Security, spoke recently at an Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center meeting.
Indiana's distinction of having one of the last dry state fairs could end this year if legislation clears the House.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence spent Wednesday morning highlighting the work of an Indianapolis preschool as he made a final pitch for an early education voucher plan that has foundered in the Legislature.