INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would remove the permit requirement to conceal carry a handgun in the state of Indiana was signed Monday by Gov. Eric Holcomb. House Enrolled Act 1296 will repeal the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun and specifies that people who aren’t otherwise prohibited from […]

Though Indiana has seen an increase in COVID-19 cases for several days now, Gov. Eric Holcomb says we remain in Stage 4.5 of reopening, meaning shopping mall and stores can remain open at full capacity and restaurants at 75% capacity.

A spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations and cases in Indiana led Gov. Eric Holcomb to delay the state’s move to its next phase of reopening.

INDIANAPOLIS – Last week, most of Indiana went into the second stage of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s reopening plan. By Monday, May 11, 89 of the state’s 92 counties were fully in stage two. Here’s a breakdown of what that means: In stage two, the restriction on social gatherings was lessened, from 10 people to 25 […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Democrats in the Indiana House and Senate remain critical of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s plan for raising teacher pay in the state, even after he announced a multimillion-dollar proposal Tuesday evening. At his annual State of the State address, Holcomb recommended using $250 million from the state’s budget surplus to prepay some of the […]