Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard had high marks for law enforcement, families and the faith-based community for keeping the second Saturday night of Indiana Black Expo safe and mostly issue free.
Be sure to catch us on the air this weekend as we recap some of the major news events this past week.
In my monthly column in the Indianapolis Recorder, I write that Indianapolis cannot effectively fight its crime problem unless the Black community has what is known as a “Sister Souljah” moment and we start taking our own to task for criminal behavior.
Are Indiana’s Excise Police due for a crackdown of their own by state lawmakers? Only one way to find out!
Although he isn’t on the ballot again until 2016, either as Governor or Presidential candidate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence brought in more than $1 million in the second quarter.
Democrat State Board of Education member Gordon Hendry says Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz is the one creating the recent conflict on the Board.
The three Republican candidates for statewide office in Indiana are out-raising their Democratic counterparts, according to the most recent filed campaign finance reports.
Executives and members of the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association (IPCA) announced today that they will continue their legal challenge of Indiana’s law governing the sale of cold beer.
Former U.S. Senator Evan Bayh is happy to say outgoing U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett should run for Mayor Indianapolis, but he was less than forthcoming about his own political future.