Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Internet Lost Its Collective Mind Over White House Couch Photo Of Kellyanne Conway

Out of all the optics released from yesterday’s meeting between President Donald Trump and over 100 leaders of the nation’s historically black colleges and universities, there’s one that will never… Read more »

Indiana hate crime bill dies in the Legislature – again

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Legislation targeting hate crimes has died once again in the Indiana Legislature, keeping the state one of only five without such a law. The bill failed Monday… Read more »

Pacers come back from deficit, hold off late rally for road win against Rockets

HOUSTON (AP) — When the Indiana Pacers got into a big hole early Monday night, no one panicked. Jeff Teague scored 25 points to help the Pacers overcome a huge… Read more »

Indiana House OKs bill that would allow students to pray aloud

INDIANAPOLIS — A legislative proposal whose author says it would put prayer back in schools has cleared the Indiana House. House Bill 1024 written by Democratic Rep. John Bartlett of… Read more »

Former Sen. Dan Coats to face questions during nomination hearing for director of national intelligence

WASHINGTON – Former Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind.) will face tough questions Tuesday, as he testifies before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during his official nomination hearing to be director… Read more »

Thomas Perez Elected New Chair Of Democratic National Committee

The Democratic National Committee elected former Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez as its new chair on Saturday. Perez edged out Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison to clinch the victory, reports the… Read more »

Oscar oops! Wrong film named Best Picture; Hollywood chaos ensues

  HOLLYWOOD — The coming-of-age drama “Moonlight” is the winner of the best picture Academy Award. The film won after the end of the awards ceremony was plunged into chaos… Read more »

State Road 9 construction to start Tuesday in Madison County

MADISON COUNTY, Ind. — Drivers in Madison County should get ready for a lengthy construction work zone starting Tuesday. Contractors plan to close the right lane of northbound State Road 9… Read more »

Owen County man sentenced to 60 years in murder, kidnapping of Shaylyn Ammerman

SPENCER, Ind. – The man who killed Shaylyn Ammerman was sentenced to 60 years in prison Monday. The sentencing was the result of a plea agreement for Kyle Parker, who… Read more »

Lots of rumors, and then silence: The Pacers stand pat at the trade deadline

Now it’s up to them. Now it’s up to the Pacers’ coaches and the Pacers’ players, and one Pacers player in particular, a guy named Paul George, who needs to… Read more »