Congressional candidate Justin Kuhnle said Wednesday afternoon that except for an image texted by a friend, he had little knowledge of a newspaper advertisement supporting his candidacy.
Gov. Mike Pence had an intriguing visitor to his Statehouse office Tuesday - former Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett.
The Indiana Right to Life Political Action Committee has endorsed six area Republicans seeking Statehouse office.
Outgoing Allen County Sheriff Ken Fries wasn't quite prepared for the three awards he received Sunday at the Life Bridge Church in Fort Wayne.
One mystery from the chaotic State Board of Education meeting Wednesday has been solved – how the Indiana State Teachers Association got hold of restricted A-F school grades.
One mystery from the chaotic State Board of Education meeting Wednesday has been solved -- how the Indiana State Teachers Association got embargoed A-F school grades.
The Allen County Republican Party says it has raised a record amount of money – more than $485,000 – so far this year.
The Indiana Democratic Party is calling several Republican legislators' bluff on promises to fully fund K-12 schools.
Wondering where you stand politically? A website called iSideWith.com could help you sort out your views and even suggest candidates you should vote for in November.
A two-page newsletter sent last week to Huntertown ratepayers from the town’s Utilities Service Board president explained the town’s reasoning behind its pursuit of owning and operating its utilities.
A two-page newsletter that was sent last week to Huntertown ratepayers from the town's Utilities Service Board president explained the town's reasoning behind pursuing owning and operating their own utilities, and in a caustic postscript, took a swing at incoming new council member Brandon Seifert, who will take office Jan.
The Upstate Realtor Alliance has endorsed Democratic candidate Austin Carpenter for the 4th District seat on the Allen County Council.
Reps. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, and Jackie Walorski, R-2nd, announced Thursday they have introduced legislation aimed at preventing recreational vehicles from being regulated as manufactured housing.
Against a backdrop of union construction workers in downtown Fort Wayne, Democrat state senate candidate Jack Morris outlined an initiative Thursday that he said would increase the number of infrastructure projects in northeast Indiana and bring in higher-paying jobs.
Last month the Indiana Republican Party teased that its Fall Dinner would feature "one of the Republican Party's most sought after speakers."
The three congressional candidates who seek election in Indiana's 3rd District will debate one another on television Oct. 21.