(The Center Square) – The Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that would require employers that mandate the COVID-19 vaccination to offer four exemptions for employees, including a religious exemption that employers must grant without questions.
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The sisters and widow of Rylee McCollum are suing Alec Baldwin for $25 million, nearly half of his apparent net worth, on allegations of defamation and violating their privacy.
Britney Spears has sent a cease-and-desist letter ordering her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, to stop talking about her in interviews to promote her new autobiography.
Under Senate Bill 124, the 200-foot minimum turn signal distance would be deleted and replaced with a directive that motorists signal all turns and lane changes "a reasonable time" before completing them.
The Indiana Supreme Court has determined a 2019 state law criminalizing the nonconsensual distribution of intimate images, also known as "revenge porn," passes constitutional muster.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled a Steuben County court’s decision invalid and has sent a criminal case involving revenge porn back to the trial court.
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush said a statewide breakdown in mental health care has led many people with mental illness to languish in county jails, instead of receiving the treatment they need.
The latest updates related to COVID-19 in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Records show Johnson was covered in blood when he surrendered to East Chicago police June 19, 2019, outside a home in the 4300 block of Magoun Avenue and said, "I did it, I shot both of them."
Reality star Kylie Jenner has taken out a restraining order against a fan.