Plan to change Indiana ‘stand your ground’ law raises vigilantism concern

"This does not allow people to become a vigilante," state Rep Jim Lucas said. "That's the farthest thing from it."

Indiana payday lending bill draws ire, support

One opponent said, "We're talking about financially distressed households that are then paying exorbitant rates to borrow small amounts of money that are due on their next payday."

Protecting children from radon in Indiana schools

A bill approved by the Indiana Senate would require the state's Health Department every three years to give public schools a "best practices" manual for indoor air-quality management.

By |2019-03-01T19:24:05-05:0012 months ago|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Politics, Top Video|0 Comments

Indiana Gov. Holcomb doubles down on hate crimes law

"There are folks who want to do nothing," the Republican governor said at a news conference. "They think what we have suffices. I disagree respectfully."

By |2019-02-28T07:47:37-05:0012 months ago|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Politics, Top Video|0 Comments

Indiana lawmakers assess legislative session at halfway mark

Updates on teacher pay and the hate crimes bill, plus added videos of the Republican House leader and Democrat legislative leaders talking about the session so far. 

By |2019-02-26T21:32:53-05:0012 months ago|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Politics, Top Video|0 Comments

Indiana lawmaker wants animal dissection alternatives

You know the traditional tools of animal dissection with the microscope and scalpel. Well, State Rep. Rahen Hatcher wants schoolkids to be able to go digital.

By |2019-02-15T21:50:42-05:00February 15th, 2019|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Politics, Top Video|0 Comments