Once again, consumerism has trumped common sense.
Under bright chandeliers at the Conrad Hotel in Indianapolis, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce met to present its key legislative issues for th…
Responding to urging from families and other advocates, Indianapolis Public Schools is proposing to share $5 million per year from a recent ta…
Such a high figure does not mean the prices of what you buy went up by 5.4% or will go up by that amount in the near future. Likewise, the pri…
Indianapolis Public Schools will raise its starting teacher pay to about $50,000 next school year but not include charter school teachers for now.
It must have been like a meeting of a high school Folk Music Club. That’s how I imagine the gathering of Democratic district committee-people …
Somehow we learned that Caesar wrote, “Gaul is divided into three parts.” So too the United States is divided by the federal Office of Managem…
On spinning facts, lobbying legislators, and advertising to a gullible public.
Many students have felt the anxiety of an incomplete assignment, with no clue on where to start and no one to help.
With 1,451 Hoosier COVID deaths in the past 90 days, with the General Assembly making redistricting a private party, the deadline for READI pr…
The 2020 Census tells us Marion and Hamilton counties accounted for 40% of the state's population growth
How was it, in a time of dramatic and often traumatic change, a key measure of Indiana’s housing market was virtually constant
With more than 200 years of history as a state, Indiana has dozens of historical buildings that need help to avoid demolition.
How much money have we spent on worker training and does it do any good?
The property tax cap shifts power to the General Assembly
Indiana workers find their compensation declining as a share of GDP