- Correction: Syrian Refugees-Texas story Updated: Nov-23-15 11:27 am
AUSTIN, Texas - In a story Nov. 20 about Texas instructing resettlement organizations not to help Syrian refugees, The Associated Press incorrectly identified the Health and Human Services executive commissioner. He is Chris Traylor, not Chris Turner.
- LGBT rights a major issue, but GOP has other priorities Updated: Nov-22-15 11:43 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The debate over whether to extend civil rights protections to gays and lesbians in Indiana drew throngs of demonstrators to the Statehouse last week, where lawmakers gathered to set the agenda for the coming legislative session.
- 3 Indiana mayors sign letter supporting Syrian refugees Updated: Nov-20-15 9:55 pm
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - Three Indiana mayors are among 62 U.S. mayors who've signed an open letter supporting the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States.
- Syrian family diverted to Connecticut at Indiana's request Updated: Nov-18-15 7:11 pm
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - A Syrian family that fled the war-torn country in 2011 was welcomed Wednesday to its new home of Connecticut after Indiana officials objected to plans for the refugees to resettle in their state.
- Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers Updated: Nov-18-15 9:22 am
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- GOP bill on Indiana LGBT rights has religious exemptions Updated: Nov-17-15 6:59 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Senate Republicans released a proposal Tuesday that would extend state civil rights protections to LGBT people while also carving out broad exemptions for religious institutions and some small businesses that object to working with gay people.
- Flags flying at half-staff to honor Paris attacks victims Updated: Nov-16-15 7:39 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Flags on public buildings throughout Indiana will be flown at half-staff until sunset Thursday in honor of the victims of the attacks in Paris last week.
- Federal review faults state safety agency for understaffing Updated: Nov-14-15 10:19 am
INDIANAPOLIS - A federal review of Indiana's workplace safety agency faulted it for having too few inspectors, slow responses to complaints and missing potentially deadly hazards.
- Contract calls for anti-abortion group to line up counseling Updated: Nov-14-15 10:04 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Most of a $3.5 million no-bid contract that Republican Gov. Mike Pence awarded to an anti-abortion nonprofit organization that pushes abstinence as the only method of birth control will be spent providing services to pregnant women who choose not to have an abortion.
- Funeral services set for late broadcaster Amos Brown Updated: Nov-13-15 6:44 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Funeral services for late Indianapolis broadcaster and activist Amos C. Brown have been scheduled.
- Pence critic starts PAC for Indiana GOP Senate candidate Updated: Nov-10-15 6:26 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - A prominent Republican critic of Gov. Mike Pence has started a new political action committee to boost the campaign of GOP U.S. Senate candidate Eric Holcomb.
- Democratic leader seeks to outdo Pence on road funding Updated: Nov-09-15 6:05 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The leader of the minority Democrats in Indiana's State House on Monday ridiculed a $1 billion highway improvement plan Gov. Mike Pence recently proposed, and sought to outdo the Republican governor by calling for even more spending to fix the state's poorly rated roadways in the coming four years.
- Indianapolis broadcaster, activist Amos Brown remembered Updated: Nov-08-15 4:19 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - As people remembered longtime radio host and Indianapolis icon Amos C. Brown, singer Stevie Wonder dedicated his concert to activist.
- Pence says lower ISTEP scores should not affect teacher pay Updated: Oct-27-15 8:07 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Gov. Mike Pence announced Tuesday he is siding with Democratic state schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz in calling for less reliance this year on ISTEP standardized test scores for evaluating teachers and schools.
- Lawmaker: Panel couldn't reach consensus on drug legislation Updated: Oct-27-15 5:16 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - A panel that reviewed Indiana's fledgling needle-exchange program couldn't agree on additional steps to combat the state's drug abuse woes, although measures targeting those problems are still in the works, the leader of the legislative study committee said Tuesday.