Stay up-to-date with the latest news out of the Indiana General Assembly. News Editor Rob Burgess heads up our coverage of this year’s and legislation regarding everything from hate crimes and redistricting, to teacher pay and cannabis.  

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The Tiny House Nation episode featuring Stephanie Barber and her father, Jim Barber, “Going Tiny To Make Things Right,” will premiere at 10 p.m. Wednesday on the A&E network, and will replay at 8 p.m. Thursday on the FYI network. After that, the show will appear on Netflix in the fall.

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The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed a disciplinary complaint Tuesday against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. The Indiana Supreme Court, who will ultimately rule on the complaint, could strip Hill of his law license, which would also mean he could not hold his current position of Attorney General.

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On Wednesday, at the historic Elder W. Diggs School, Indianapolis-based Crossroads Education announced it had been awarded $750,000 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand its Learning Commons model at four Indianapolis schools.

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The city and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are currently conducting a study of body-worn cameras, and they are asking for input from officers and the public.

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As lawmakers at the Statehouse grapple with Senate Bill 12, the hate crimes bill now before the Indiana House of Representatives, a study released Monday by CRISP at the Indiana University PPI found that in the 45 states with hate crimes laws, these were applied unevenly across groups.

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Even before the tragic death of Eleanor Northington earlier this month, the city of Indianapolis and IMPD had been reimagining how law enforcement interacts with those suffering from severe mental torment.

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The two-year, $34.6 billion budget designed by House Republicans to address concerns about lagging teacher pay, the Department of Child Services and other critical issues heads to Senate.

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Interfaith allies in Indianapolis say they are working to create non-Zionist Jewish experiences available to disaffected Jews and others, as well as a community more inclusive of diverse points of view and more politically aware.

 

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Former Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard stopped by the NUVO office last week to discuss his views on oil, national security, and how it feels to be a Republican arguing for alternative energy.

 

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The Indianapolis Public Schools board expects to name a new superintendent in May, but left open the possibility that the search process, which begins in February, could extend longer.

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South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg made it official early Wednesday: He is forming a presidential exploratory committee. If Buttigieg decides to run, he will become the first openly LGBTQ elected official to run for president.

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