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It may take longer than usual to replace the late Judge Diane Boswell on the bench of the Lake Superior Court.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Indiana legislature has designated and Gov. Eric Holcomb has proclaimed 2021-2022 as "Indiana's Year of the Trails" recognizing that "connecting trail segments is a powerful tool for economic and community development that should be actively facilitated."
Lake County officials are taking steps to ensure they've closed all loopholes that might otherwise enable ineligible bidders to attempt to acquire tax-delinquent properties at the county's tax sales.
Six Northwest Indiana police officers are being recognized by the state as "Traffic Safety All-Stars" for their ongoing efforts to save lives by consistently stopping impaired drivers.
(The Center Square) – An Indiana court has ruled the General Assembly can call a legislative session if the governor declares a statewide emergency, another step in the ongoing debate over power between Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana's GOP-dominated Legislature.
The Marion Superior Court ruled late Oct. 7 in favor of the Indiana General Assembly in a lawsuit brought by the governor who felt the body was usurping his powers.
Barring an unexpected partisan shift, the new maps ensure Republicans will control both chambers of the General Assembly, along with at least seven U.S. House seats, for the next decade.
The process of redrawing the boundaries of the state's nine congressional districts, 100 Indiana House districts, and 50 Senate districts to adjust for population shifts over the past 10 years is complete.
This is the 19th renewal of Indiana's COVID-19 emergency since March 6, 2020, when the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the Hoosier State.