Indiana Statehouse

A modest increase in school funding is in the new budget plan that Republican House and Senate leaders revealed Tuesday night at the Indiana Statehouse, as this current session of the legislature winds down. The roughly $32 billion two-year budget proposal includes $464 million in new school spending, an increase just over two percent. “The […]

The controversial “religious freedom bill” is moving forward in the Indiana legislature. The bill protects business owners who don’t want to provide services for same-sex weddings and more.  (Like the 111 Cakery who refused service to a couple in a very “gay friendly” neighborhood just north of downtown Indy in 2014, that has since closed.) It […]

Get in the Know with Kim’s Friday News & Headlines Help is on the way to spare your car’s tires… Happy Friday to You on this Employee Appreciation Day!!! Pothole repair is kicking into high gear in Indy. The Department of Public Works says crews will switch to a hot mix asphalt today. More than 3,400 pothole […]

The legislature is IN in the Indiana Statehouse with bills moving through that that should not fly under your radar. Here’s the skinny… It’s official. The ISTEP exam given in public schools is now shortened. This, after Governor Mike Pence signed Bill 62, also known as the “ISTEP Shortening Bill.” Bill 62 calls for whacking off […]

Child Collapses in Snow on Indy’s Southside Emergency crews responded Monday morning to a call for help involving a child. The call came from the 5000 block of Turtle Creek Court on the city’s southside. According to Fox 59, there, a child was found unresponsive in the snow near an apartment complex. Apparently a passerby […]