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Indiana DNR To Offer Free Fishing Days

INDIANA – You’ll soon have a chance to fish for free without a license in state waters. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources will have four free fishing days later this year. They are scheduled for May

IHSAA Post Season Will Go On With Few Allowed To Attend

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana high school boys basketball postseason tournament will go on as scheduled, but because of the coronavirus, attendance will be limited. In a press conference Thursday afternoon, IHSAA Commissioner Bobby Cox announced that only

ISU Moves All Classes Online

Terre Haute, Ind – Indiana State University officials said today (Thursday 3/12/20) that classes will be moved to online only. There are no known cases of the coronavirus (covid-19) at Indiana State University or Vigo County, university

Indiana Minimum Age To Marry Going Up

INDIANAPOLIS – Right now, it’s legal for 15-year-olds to get married in Indiana. A bill headed for Governor Holcomb would change that. The bill raises the minimum age to get married to 16 and creates new guardrails

Bigger Fines For Stores Who Sell Tobacco To Minors

INDIANAPOLIS – Stores who sell cigarettes to minors will face tougher penalties in Indiana. Legislators have finalized the bill doubling the fines for selling to underage buyers. Those fines go up for repeat offenses within a year

New Landlord-Tenant Laws Headed To Governors Desk

INDIANAPOLIS – A bill nullifying all local landlord-tenant ordinances is on its way to Governor Holcomb’s desk. Indianapolis Senator Aaron Freeman (R) says there needs to be uniformity in renter laws across the state. Bloomington Senator Mark