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  • Church organizes protest against gay marriage amendment proposal

    Church organizes protest against gay marriage amendment proposal
    A rally held Monday at the Statehouse, organized by Jesus Metropolitan Church of Indianapolis, was in protest of H.J.R. 6, the bill that would make the state law banning same sex marriage in Indiana more permanent in the form of a constitutional...
  • House representatives finally able to legislate following Democrat return

    House representatives finally able to legislate following Democrat return
    About 300 union workers chanted 'thank you Democrats' as representatives trickled into the Statehouse around 5 p.m. Monday. House Minority Leader Pat Bauer (D-South Bend) led the Democrat return after spending 36 days caucusing in an Urbana hotel. The...
  • More protests planned this week at Statehouse

    More protests planned this week at Statehouse
    "Stand Up For Hoosiers" says more protest are planned for the week of March 28th through March 31st, 2011. The group has been holding protests at the Indiana Statehouse since late February. The group says they are concerned about several pieces of...
  • East side children spend spring break in positive atmosphere

    East side children spend spring break in positive atmosphere
    Many Indianapolis children are spending this week on Spring Break. One east side apartment complex is trying to make sure the kids enjoy a positive, encouraging vacation right here at home. Heart's Landing Apartments is teaming up with "Stop the Violence...
  • Lack of qualified interpreters negatively impacting deaf students

    Lack of qualified interpreters negatively impacting deaf students
    Learning in a classroom when you have no way to hear what’s going on is the fate many students face. Many deaf students in the state of Indiana rely on interpreters. Right now, though, there is no standard for interpreters in the Hoosier state....
  • Back to business for Indiana House

    Back to business for Indiana House
    It will be back to business at the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday morning. The House will reconvene at 10:30 a.m. for the first full day since the Democrats left to caucus in Illinois more than five weeks ago. The House Democrats returned Monday evening from...
  • State Senate approves amendment banning gay marriage

    State Senate approves amendment banning gay marriage
    The Indiana Senate approved legislation Tuesday to change the state constitution to ban gay marriage and same-sex civil unions. The vote was 40-10. Now the bill must pass again in the session slated for 2012 or 2014, with a separately elected...
  • Indiana House has work cut out for them

    Indiana House has work cut out for them
    House members spent the first part of the day Tuesday debating and voting on amendments to bills currently on second reading. They broke for lunch and then it was back to work. They will spend the rest of Tuesday evening debating the state budget and...
  • Grand opening of Lego store set for April 8th

    Grand opening of Lego store set for April 8th
    Builders young and old are counting down the days. The grand opening for Indiana's first Lego store is set for April 8th inside Castleton Square Mall. The 1200 square-foot space sits near the Macy's and includes a pick-a-brick wall where Lego lovers can...
  • Pinewood Derby underway at Indiana State Museum

    Pinewood Derby underway at Indiana State Museum
    It's billed as the "second greatest" spectacle in racing and for young racers the event lives up to its title. The Pinewood Derby got underway at the Indiana State Museum Tuesday. Competitors sent their cars flying down a 125-foot track from the...
  • Lafayette trooper named 'Trooper of the Year' again

    Lafayette trooper named 'Trooper of the Year' again
    Indiana State Police Trooper Darrick Scott has been named "Trooper of the Year" for the second year in a row. Trooper Scott was selected from among other troopers named best in their district. "To be recognized as the Trooper of the Year is a...
  • School voucher bill passes House, moves to Senate

    School voucher bill passes House, moves to Senate
    UPDATE: House Bill 1003 which would allow school vouchers passed the Indiana House Wednesday evening. The measure passed with a 56-42 vote. It now moves on to the Senate. ORIGINAL STORY: Hundreds of people rallied at the statehouse Wednesday, showing...