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Indiana city creates panel to address racial tension

NEW HAVEN, Ind. (AP) – A northeast Indiana city is establishing a commission to address racial tension. The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette reports  that the city of New Haven is creating… Read more »

Indy council committee approves $20 million justice campus proposal

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Mayor Joe Hogsett can celebrate a victory for the team trying to make his proposed jail complex a reality. Despite opposition, a city council committee just voted… Read more »

Governor Holcomb unveils list of infrastructure projects for Indiana in the coming years

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb kicked off Indiana’s Next Level Roads initiative and announced a list of infrastructure projects that will get funding in the coming years. Holcomb and… Read more »

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett: ‘I am accountable’ for Aaron Bailey shooting

INDIANAPOLIS — At the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration Mayor’s Breakfast Monday morning, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett gave an impassioned speech about injustice and division in the city. Beginning with… Read more »

Stalled GOP Health Care Bill Would Have ‘Crushed Working-Class Blacks’

In a major blow to Republicans’ ongoing effort to dismantle Obamacare, Senate majority leader on Tuesday postponed a vote on a measure that would have rendered health care treatment unaffordable… Read more »

President Trump addresses large crowd in Poland, reaffirms U.S. support for NATO

WARSAW, Poland – President Donald Trump delivered a speech to a large crowd Thursday in Poland’s Krasinski Square, the site of the Warsaw Uprising against Nazi occupation. Speaking in front… Read more »

Gov. Eric Holcomb announcing ‘significant treatment expansion’ for Indiana’s opioid crisis

GREENWOOD, Ind. – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb will make a major announcement Wednesday focused on Indiana’s opioid epidemic. The governor’s office described the announcement as a “significant treatment expansion” designed… Read more »

45 Indiana taxes, fees that increased as of July 1

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Indiana lawmakers imposed or increased at least 45 different taxes and fees during this year’s legislative session. The increases affect everything from notary services to teacher background… Read more »

Senate GOP leaders delay health care vote until after July 4 recess

WASHINGTON — In a bruising setback, Senate Republican leaders are delaying a vote on their prized health care bill until after the July 4 recess, forced to retreat by a… Read more »

Trump slams Democrats’ resistance movement: ‘It’s a terrible theme in terms of getting elected’

President Donald Trump is taking issue with his predecessor’s recent comments criticizing the newly-unveiled Senate Republican healthcare draft bill. Former President Barack Obama wrote in a Facebook post Thursday, “Simply… Read more »