When Ivy Tech and the city of Fort Wayne announced an agreement last year for use of the Public Safety Academy, it looked like a perfect solution: Area students would have a convenient, well-equipped building for courses related to public safety, and the city would continue to have space for police and fire departments to use.
Today - Editorials
An Indianapolis Star investigation reveals state and regional officials taking huge gambles with casino revenue, with huge losses to show for them.
Today - Opinion
The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free.
Today - Editorial columns
Regarding what to call Edward Snowden after his revelations about our governments massive and secretive spying on its own citizens, Id say its more than appropriate to call him a truth teller or even hero. It is not too complimentary to call him a whistleblower, for that is just what he has done.Today - Letters
- Erratic on ethics
Indiana has never enjoyed a reputation for strong ethics rules. So it was promising when then-Gov. Mitch Daniels instituted guidelines that seemed to raise the bar.Tuesday - Editorials
- A needed change in county policy
If the states administration of its ethics guidelines suffers under a just-granted waiver, the administration of Allen Countys policies appears to benefit from some just-instituted changes.Tuesday - Editorials