Here are a few news items this morning you might find interesting.
Attorney General Curtis Hill admits in a new court filing to drinking three glasses of wine, a martini and a shot of Fireball the night of a legislative party where he is accused of inappropriately groping four women. (Journal Gazette)
Mayor Pete Buttigieg directly criticized Senator Elizabeth Warren over health care at Tuesday night’s debate, saying that she had not been forthcoming about whether she would raise taxes on the middle class to help finance “Medicare for all.” (New York Times)
An Illinois-based mobile sports wagering operator is preparing to begin accepting sports bets in Indiana, in association with the Majestic Star casinos in Gary. (Times of Northwest Indiana)
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After seven years of litigation and millions of tax dollars spent on legal fees, the South Bend Common Council may end its quest for the release of secretly recorded tapes that purportedly captured police officers making racist remarks and talking about illegal activities. (South Bend Tribune)
The next state budget won’t be written for two years. There could be new guidelines by then for divvying up school funding. (WIBC)
Indiana lawmakers are considering taxes on vaping products – as well as where to tax them and how much. (Indiana Public Media)
Republican mayoral candidate, Jim Merritt’s campaign made several moves Tuesday that could help it win support from black voters. (IBJ)
White River State Park in Indianapolis will Wednesday host a ground-breaking ceremony for a permanent concert venue on its concert lawn. (Inside Indiana Business)