Ball State President Jo Ann Gora made it official and “final” Wednesday — five Indiana charter schools will not have the university’s backing next year, and will have to close if their leaders don’t find new sponsors.
A group representing Indiana’s liquor store owners is giving the cold shoulder to the idea of cold beer sales at grocery and convenience stores.
Your favorite political pundit offers up opinions this week regarding panhandling, SB 621 and an old Janet Jackson song.
Starting this weekend, the three main political parties in Indiana will offer up their weekly radio address on the Indiana Talks Network.
A potential flaw in Indianapolis’ smoking ban ordinance could cause it go up in flames.
A group of merchants is suing the state of Indiana, saying its laws concerning cold beer sales violate the state and federal constitutions.
Supporters of an ordinance to toughen Indianapolis’ panhandling laws say while it faces legal and political hurdles, it is necessary because the activity is costing the city millions annually in tourism dollars.
U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett announced today that former Marion County Chief Deputy Prosecutor David Wyser has agreed guilty to bribery charges in exchange for fully cooperating with investigators in future corruption cases.
As first mentioned a month ago in “The Cheat Sheet” , sources are telling Indy Politics that former Marion County Chief Deputy Prosecutor David Wyser has reached a plea agreement with federal authorities.