INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Brandt Hershman, R-Wheatfield, was honored Thursday for his work restructuring funding for 911 emergency telephone service.
INDIANAPOLIS | Two Northwest Indiana state senators who spearheaded the effort to reduce 911 expenses by requiring counties to consolidate their emergency telephone answering centers believe Lake County needs to get with the program.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Republican-controlled Indiana General Assembly approved and Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels signed 161 bills into law this year. Most take effect Sunday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A new fee for 911 service, assistance for financially distressed local governments, a plan for the state to opt out of federal health programs, a redefinition of public intoxication and an unusual form of fishing were among the 46 bills signed into law Monday by Republican Gov…
INDIANAPOLIS | Legislation that restructures funding for 911 emergency telephone service may be in trouble after a conference committee meeting Tuesday exposed major conflicts among state lawmakers.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana General Assembly is inching closer to restructuring 911 funding and limiting the number of emergency telephone answering centers in each county.
INDIANAPOLIS | The General Assembly is continuing to work on legislation that would result in most Northwest Indiana telephone users paying a higher monthly fee for 911 service.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state would set fees for 911 telephone service, and each Indiana county would be limited to a single 911 center, under legislation approved by a Senate committee Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A police officer can pull over a driver based on a concerned citizen's 911 tip, even if the officer never witnesses suspicious behavior, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | State auditors want Jasper County's former 911 coordinator to repay $11,933 in 911 funds they say he spent on personal purchases, including iPads, iPods, GPS units and Apple gift cards.
State auditors want Jasper County's former 911 coordinator to repay $11,933 in 911 funds they say he spent on personal purchases, including iPads, iPods, GPS units and Apple gift cards.
HAMMOND | Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. and the Hammond Port Authority invite you to join us at the Pavilion at Wolf Lake Memorial Park, September 11, 2011 at 1:30 p.m.
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