Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) said Thursday he will stop pushing his recent bill to reform qualified immunity protections for police without input from law enforcement. There are questions concerning when those talks happened, despite statements Braun made on Fox News earlier this week.
COVID-19 has been totally devastating for some Hoosier fireworks companies. One company owner says his business needs help to survive and a proposal from U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) could be the answer.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is the only orchestra of the 52 largest in the country to terminate health insurance for furloughed musicians.
Face masks will be required for students, teachers and all staff in grades sixth and higher when classes resume in Marion County school districts for the new academic year as part of the effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The Indiana State Department of Health added 16 COVID-19 deaths to the state's total Tuesday, bringing it to 2,448. The deaths occurred between May 20 and June 28. It also added 385 confirmed COVID-19 cases to the state's total, raising it to 45,594. The new cases were confirmed June 25-29.