The headline fixation in the fledgling administration of Gov. Mike Pence has been his 10 percent income tax cut. It is what Chief of Staff Bill Smith calls, “the shiny object” and one that Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley partially restored on Thursday at 3.3 percent after it didn’…
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov.-elect Mike Pence was already on the job Wednesday, meeting with outgoing Gov. Mitch Daniels to plan the transition from Indiana's current Republican administration to its next one.
Former Portage police officer Bill Smith doesn't consider himself a hero despite being credited with saving a woman's life this past weekend in his new home city, Fishers, Ind.
Rescue workers in Fishers, Ind., tend to a vehicle that drove into a ditch on Sunday. Officer Bill Smith, formerly of Portage, witnessed the accident and helped rescue the driver.
Former Portage Police officer Bill Smith, seen here in a 2010 file photo with his canine partner Fax, is being credited with saving a woman's life this past weekend in Fishers, Ind., where he is now a police officer.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works this week gave its approval to the settling of a lawsuit against Portage by three of the police department's canine officers.
PORTAGE | The city took the first step in settling a yearlong lawsuit with Portage Police Department canine officers Monday night.
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