While most stores will be closed Thanksgiving Day, some grocery stores and pharmacies will be open for a few hours.
Former vice president Mike Pence praised his Hoosier roots and shared memories from his home state during a short talk at the Indiana Historical Society Tuesday evening.
Leaders of both Republican caucuses floated the idea of exploring continued tax cuts and education investments Tuesday during Organization Day, which marks the beginning of the 2023 legislative session.
Indiana’s top lawmakers on Monday indicated that Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Public Health recommendations — including additional health care spending of $243 million annually — will face a tough crowd in the General Assembly.
Hoosiers should expect to pay a little more this Thanksgiving holiday for their traditional dinner, though at a smaller increase of 14% than the national average of 20%.
With the 2023 legislative session around the corner, health advocates continue to push the General Assembly to do more to reduce Indiana’s smoking rate, which costs the state $3.4 billion in healthcare costs annually, by increasing the cigarette tax.
The number of women holding an elected legislative office at the Indiana Statehouse hit a record high of 40 following the outcomes of last week’s elections. Should results hold, a total of 31 women will serve in the House and another nine will work in the Senate.
The autopsy report released Tuesday morning brings to the mystery that unfolded Saturday in the Branigin Woods subdivision. The report, released by Johnson County Coroner’s Office shows Jennifer L. Lewis’s cause of death was a single gunshot wound and the manner of death was homicide.
A 44-year-old Greenwood man died in a collision between a semi and a Toyota 4-Runner at 7:30 p.m. Monday on State Road 46 near County Road 750E, the Bartholomew County Coroner’s office said.
Franklin police and the Johnson County Coroner’s Office are investigating a death that is being called “suspicious” in the Branigin Woods neighborhood.