Nixed grant expected to send 5,700 to preschool
State officials expected a federal grant to help send 5,700 more Indiana children to preschool programs before Gov. Mike Pence decided not to…
Pence won't reconsider bid for $80M pre-K grant
Gov. Mike Pence stood by his decision not to seek a federal preschool grant worth up to $80 million Tuesday despite calls for him to reconsider.
Ed. board delays grades report until Nov.
Indiana schools will not receive their "A-F" school grades for at least another three weeks.
House GOP plans change in school funding, ethics
House Republicans plan to spend the 2015 session seeking changes in how the state funds its schools and rewriting their own ethics rules.
Ball State consolidating health programs, clinic
The Ball State University board of trustees has endorsed a plan to consolidate health science programs, clinics and labs into a new college.
IU adds statue of journalist Ernie Pyle
A statue of famed World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle has been installed at Indiana University.
Sports leagues try to halt betting in New Jersey
The NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NCAA are all trying to put a stop to New Jersey's law allowing gambling on individual sports games.
No, Obama isn't having another 'Katrina moment'
The Ebola situation in the U.S. joins Obamacare, the border crisis and the Gulf oil spill as issues the media has labeled Obama's "Katrina moment."
Contact Congress through new Podium app
Prepare to get political.
Obama could bypass Congress on Iran deal
A New York Times report suggests the White House is considering bypassing Congress on a final nuclear deal with Iran.
Tech world responds to FBI director
FBI Director James Comey's stance on encryption technology isn't receiving much support from the tech community.
Groups slammed with Vectren assistance requests
Organizations that assist with electric bills say people are inundating them with requests for help after Vectren sent out thousands of…