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Protester who met Holcomb now in jail

Last June, when demonstrations about racial injustice were plaguing the state and nation, Gov. Eric Holcomb met one-on-one with an...

April 18, 2021 1:00 am

NACS board president talks about "gene therapy"

The Northwest Allen County Schools board president continued Monday to use his platform about the COVID-19 vaccines.

April 13, 2021 5:30 pm

 Banks

Banks' working-class memo goes national

U.S. Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd, is getting national attention for a memo titled “Cementing GOP as the Working Class...

April 11, 2021 1:00 am

Speaker recalls rookie mistake on 1st bill

House Speaker Todd Huston relived the demise of his first bill last week.

April 4, 2021 1:00 am

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State Libertarians elect new officers

The Libertarian Party of Indiana on Saturday elected its new slate of officers – including Evan McMahon as chairman.

March 29, 2021 2:02 pm

 Schmuhl

Venture capitalist leads state Democrats

Indiana Democrats have a new leader – 38-year-old venture capitalist Mike Schmuhl.

March 28, 2021 1:00 am

 Mike Schmuhl

New state Democratic chief hopes 'Trump fever is breaking'

Indiana Democrats have a new leader – 38-year-old venture capitalist Mike Schmuhl.

March 23, 2021 10:07 am

Rokita to defend law he dislikes in Bluffton lawsuit

Attorney General Todd Rokita might be defending Gov. Eric Holcomb's emergency powers in a lawsuit with a Bluffton restaurant – but...

March 21, 2021 1:00 am

122 school boards oppose voucher expansion

By the Indiana School Boards Association's count, more than 100 school boards statewide oppose proposals to divert money from public...

March 18, 2021 11:30 am

Wayne Township trustee wants to stay in office

Wayne Township Trustee Austin Knox will seek reelection in 2022. 

March 15, 2021 8:10 pm

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  • Didier, Arp will shoot hoops for fundraiser
  • FWCS president urges teachers to contact legislators
  • Kimmel mentions Fort Wayne mattress retailer in joke about Pence
  • Local political parties elect leaders
  • General Assembly handles fewer bills this year
  • Banks votes by proxy against COVID-19 relief bill, attends CPAC
  • County GOP to select new officers
  • FWCS board president schools state lawmakers
  • Council members express outrage over killings
  • Hines honors 2 councilwomen
  • Mayor: Stimulus should pay city bills
  • Henry: Federal money could offset costs to city, businesses
  • Deputy chief announces he's running for sheriff
  • FWCS board head proposes alternating comments
  • Local Libertarians elect officers
  • FWCS board chair supports taking turns at Statehouse
  • Lawmaker back after bout with virus
  • Coldiron considering another Congressional run
  • Beck named works board official
  • Daniel: FWCS was already supporting Biden's K-8 plan
  • Henry schedules State of City address
  • State of the City address won't be open to the public
  • Didier recognized for efforts in 2020
  • Braun talks about Becerra
  • FWCS board secretary criticizes education savings accounts bill
  • Statehouse closure a rarity
  • County Council hires Mitch Harper as its attorney
  • No protesters at the Statehouse
  • Chambers hosts "Chucks & Pearls" conversation
  • Local bar association condemns Capitol riot
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