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Hoosier lawmakers are encouraging Northwest Indiana college students and recent graduates to apply to work as paid interns at the Statehouse during the 2022 General Assembly.
Kendell Culp, a Rensselaer Republican, recently announced he's running in the open-seat race to represent the new District 16 in the Indiana House.
Understanding Lincoln's history of housing segregation will help city planners plan for the future, which is why the update to the city-county comprehensive plan includes a section on equity.
For the first time in years, the costs of operating the Gary Community School Corp. should be fully covered by ongoing revenues as soon as Dec. 31, 2021.
High-speed passenger rail is still "several years out" from arriving in the Quad Cities, according to Illinois Deputy Secretary of Transportation Doug House.
The Illinois Gaming Board is inching closer to selecting three finalists for a single south suburban Cook County casino license.
The campaign of U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., announced Wednesday the first-term senator raised $1.6 million for his reelection bid between July and September.
Most full-time Lake County government employees will see their pay increase 3% next year under the 2022 budget unanimously adopted Tuesday by the Lake County Council.
An incredible $355.4 million was wagered in Indiana on sporting events in September, according to the Indiana Gaming Commission. The previous record, from January 2021, was $348.2 million.