Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. is asking a federal court to dismiss the sexual harassment lawsuits filed last month against him and the state by four women who claim Hill groped them at a bar during a party celebrating the adjournment of the 2018 General Assembly.
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It appears likely that Hoosiers will be able to begin placing in-person bets at casinos on professional and college sporting events sometime around Sept. 1, with betting via mobile devices coming later.
New Indiana residents holding a valid driver's license from their prior state no longer are required to pass Indiana's written test on traffic laws and highway signs to acquire a Hoosier State driver's license.
The number of abortions performed last year in Indiana grew 3.3% compared to 2017, according to an annual report compiled by the State Department of Health.
HAMMOND — The parent company of Hammond's Horseshoe casino is being purchased in a $17.3 billion deal that will create the nation's largest casino operator, and bring five of Indiana's 13 state-regulated gaming facilities under the control of a single owner.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is not sweating the potential effects on Indiana posed by a massive expansion of gaming across the state line in Illinois.
CHESTERTON — Gov. Eric Holcomb still is rooting for Gary despite city voters last month rejecting Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson's re-election bid.