Democratic Party leaders are set to visit more than a dozen localities on a "Small Town, Indiana" tour touting the advantages of Democratic policies, particularly on education and agriculture.
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Rodney Pol Jr. is committed to carrying on the work of retiring state Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Ogden Dunes, when he takes her place in the Indiana Senate beginning Nov. 1.
"I love police officers. I do. They're the good guys," said Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. "But you have to listen to orders. That's part of the gig."
It may take longer than usual to replace the late Judge Diane Boswell on the bench of the Lake Superior Court.
Democratic precinct leaders for Indiana Senate District 4 have selected Rodney Pol Jr., of Chesterton, to replace state Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Ogden Dunes, in the Indiana Senate.
The Indiana Democratic Party is working to rebuild its party under new Chairman Mike Schmuhl
The Illinois Gaming Board's decision leaves the casino development plans for Homewood and Matteson as the two finalists in the long-running effort to bring casino gambling to the south suburbs.
Democratic precinct leaders in Senate District 4, which includes parts of Porter and LaPorte counties, are scheduled Thursday to select one of the five to complete the final year in Tallian's term.
A source said an indictment could come as early as Tuesday. The nine-term Republican from Lincoln said he is being wrongly accused. “We will fight these charges. I did not lie to them,” he said.
The million case milestone was passed Sunday. Unvaccinated individuals have accounted for 98.5% of Indiana's COVID cases, 99.97% of COVID hospitalizations and 99.99% of COVID deaths, the state said.