Attorney General Curtis Hill could face a two-year suspension of his license to practice law over allegations that he drunkenly groping four women in a bar last year.
After listening to her fellow justices sing her praises, Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush was reappointed to a second five-year term Wednesday by the Judicial Nominating Commission.
Faith leaders and gun-control activists are calling for Gov. Eric Holcomb to stand up against white supremacy and gun violence, including supporting a ban on assault weapons.
Indianapolis is preparing to celebrate its 200th birthday or anniversary. But Indianapolis isn’t that village invented by the General Assembly on the banks of the White River. Fifty years ago, Indianapolis took an important step forward establishing Unigov. It was an imperfect consolidation …
Dr. George Rapp, an orthopedic surgeon and humanitarian, is this year’s recipient of the Sachem Award, the state’s highest honor.
For Kristen Pulice, some of the most painful stories she encounters in her role at the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault come from victims of rape who never see their assailants brought to justice.