The State of Indiana today argued before a federal appeals court that a lower court ruling was incorrectly decided and the Legislature is within its authority to define marriage-licensing requirements in the traditional way of one man, one woman.
Indy Politics sits downs and talks with Governor Mike Pence and House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath to get their respective assessments on how Indiana is faring.
Indy Mayor Greg Ballard says the closure of a charter school for alleged cheating shows that accountability works.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced today that his office has filed a request with the court to seek the death penalty against Major Davis II for the shooting death of Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer Perry Wayne Renn.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence talks to Indy Politics and Statehouse Press corps about the appointment of Loretta Rush as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, his office’s reversion of funds from state agencies, even though the state has a surplus and his relationship with Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz.
Indiana’s new Supreme Court Chief Justice says her goal is to continue to build public trust in the judicial system as well as review some judicial practices in Marion County.
Indy Politics talks with 2nd CD Congresswoman Jackie Walorski on her recent tour of VA facilities in Indiana as well as the bipartisan passing of legislation to fix the recent problems at the VA.
Indy Politics asks Indiana State Board of Education Member Brad Oliver whether the recent controversies with Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz means the position should be appointed rather than an elected position.
The Marion County Republican Party says it wants to know if Democratic Mayoral candidate Joe Hogsett violated the Hatch Act while he was U.S. Attorney.
A new exhibit at the Marion County Public Library in downtown Indianapolis is drawing parallels between black on black violence and lynchings done by the Ku Klux Klan.