Mike Pence’s brother launches run for Indiana US House seat
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Greg Pence, one of Mike Pence’s older brothers, launched a campaign Wednesday for the eastern Indiana congressional seat that the vice president… READ MORE
MS-13 takes another hit, 13 Arrested in Ohio
More than a dozen alleged members of the feared MS-13 street gang were arrested during early morning raids Tuesday in Ohio and Indiana, the Department
Indy Muslims call out creators of local billboard that insults Prophet Muhammad
An anti-Muslim billboard disparaging the Prophet Muhammad that can be seen from the southbound lanes of I-465 on the east side is drawing concern from… READ MORE
Notre Dame Students Walk Out of Mike Pence Commencement Address
Over 100 students at the University of Notre Dame walked out of a commencement address given by Vice President Mike Pence, according to local reports.… READ MORE
Notre Dame students ‘feel unsafe’ about Pence invite, start protest campaign
Vice President Mike Pence’s scheduled commencement speech at Notre Dame has prompted a protest campaign by seniors who feel “unsafe.”
Members of the “The Fighting… READ MORE
Young defeats Bayh in Indiana Senate race
Rep. Todd Young (R) is the projected winner for the open Indiana Senate race, defeating former Sen. Evan Bayh (D) in a major upset.
Young… READ MORE
Indiana GOP picks Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb to replace Mike Pence on 2016 ballot
Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb will be Indiana Republicans’ new candidate for governor after winning a majority vote from the state GOP central committee Tuesday.
Holcomb,… READ MORE
Koch network super-PAC launches first ad buy in Indiana
A top Koch network group is launching a seven-figure ad buy in the Indiana Senate race, targeting Democrat Evan Bayh for his votes for the… READ MORE
Baron Hill drops out of Senate race, clearing path for Evan Bayh
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Former Indiana governor Evan Bayh may make a return to the U.S. Senate.
Bayh is expected to make the announcement Monday. According… READ MORE
Indiana Abortion Rate Declines 12% since 2011
Abortion rates in Indiana continue to decline, as there were 1,000 fewer recorded abortions in 2013 than in 2011. “A recent report by the State Department of Health says 1,000 fewer Indiana women had abortions in 2013 than in 2011,” the Associated Press reports. “That’s a drop of about 12 percent in two years. Compared with 2008, the drop is… READ MORE