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Register to win tickets to attend Jazz Fest - Sullivan Fortner on Friday, September 22nd at the Jazz Kitchen. [Read More]
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More than 300 teachers at seven Indianapolis high schools are required to reapply for jobs next year, after the Indianapolis Public Schools Board approved a... [Read More]
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The city took out an ad in the New York Times Monday that addressed Amazon Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos. [Read More]
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The environmental groups want Duke to release contact information for emergency responders and maps that detail where coal ash would spill in the event containment... [Read More]
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Join Judy O'Bannon for an up-close and personal adventure as she explores the Amazon River and its tropical rainforest, and the legendary city of Machu... [Read More]
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Cook Group announced Tuesday it has reached an agreement for fellow drug company Catalent to purchase Cook Pharmica for $950 million. [Read More]
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A new report on the homeless population in Marion County shows early signs of an increase in young people experiencing homelessness. [Read More]
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A baby from South Bend spent the first eight months of her life at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health when she was... [Read More]
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After nearly six months of public meetings, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of Commissioners will vote today on a plan to close four schools. [Read More]
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The project is backed by private companies like State Farm, the city of Indianapolis, and the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development. [Read More]
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U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos found supporters and skeptics during a half-day trip to Indiana schools on the final day of her back to school... [Read More]
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The program is called Able Flight, and it's the only place in the state where people with disabilities can learn how to fly. [Read More]
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Purdue is set to receive almost $20 million from the National Science Foundation to study "bridge fuels" – or fuels made from gas that's trapped... [Read More]
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The animal agriculture industry in Indiana is growing faster than the nation as a whole in most categories, according to a recent report from the... [Read More]
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Hurricane Irma forced the cancellation of dozens of Red Cross blood drives in Texas and Florida. That's why blood drives are ongoing in other... [Read More]
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Indiana's unemployment rate last month took its largest single-month jump in more than eight years. [Read More]
Victoria Spartz will serve District 20, north of Indianapolis, through the end of the term in 2020. [Read More]
The number of clean energy jobs grew by 8 percent in Indiana from 2015 to 2016, according to a new report from Clean Energy Trust... [Read More]
The issue of whether to repeal a law that requires Hoosiers to be permitted to carry a handgun will likely come up next session. [Read More]
Widespread flooding has forced tens of thousands of people out of their homes. That means Texas animal shelters are filling up fast. [Read More]
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