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The entire cast is home for the holidays to share their tasty tips, recipes, and holiday memories. [Read More]
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Growth in corporate tax collections — the third largest source of state revenue — is expected to stall in the second year of Indiana's next... [Read More]
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WFYI education reporter Carter Barrett speaks with Brooke Lawson, mental health coordinator at Hamilton Southeastern schools, about the connect between mental health and school safety. [Read More]
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A northwest Indiana birdwatcher found 18 dead swans in George Lake in Hammond, and six of their bodies had high levels of lead. [Read More]
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Indiana was one of 20 states involved in the lawsuit that challenged the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. The ruling will not impact Hoosier... [Read More]
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The Delaware County Commissioners have approved a plan to turn a former Muncie middle school into a new county jail. No changes to the... [Read More]
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Kelsey Phillips, who has been in recovery since 2013, now works with women who are just entering recovery. Women who, like her, had children born... [Read More]
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The revenue forecast is a big piece of the puzzle as lawmakers and the Holcomb administration prepare to write a new, two-year state budget in... [Read More]
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A former student filed a lawsuit in August accusing the professor of multiple instances of racial and sexual harassment. [Read More]
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A new report finds Indiana spends 10.2 percent of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's recommended amount on cessation and prevention programs. [Read More]
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First responders like firefighter Brandon Dreiman face barriers when it comes to getting treatment for mental health and addiction. He coped with traumatic experiences through... [Read More]
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More than a quarter of high school students who hope to join Ball State University in the fall of 2019 are submitting applications without standardized... [Read More]
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Dennis Intermediate School in Richmond will remain closed until January, after a 14-year-old exchanged gunfire with police and died at the school last week. School... [Read More]
The Indiana Department of Transportation and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet have announced their preferred route for an Interstate 69 Bridge spanning the Ohio River between... [Read More]
Dwight Fortune acknowledges that his story isn't the typical one of someone who ends up in prison after years struggling with addiction. Now, he uses... [Read More]
Families Johnson County children diagnosed with rare forms of blood and brain cancer have partnered with the American Red Cross for a special Kids Kicking... [Read More]
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Indiana remains just on track this fiscal year when it comes to meeting its budget projections. [Read More]
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The Arts Council of Indianapolis launched a new website to provide teachers and parents with a directory of arts programming in central Indiana. [Read More]
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Auto correspondent Casey Williams drives the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta R-Line and says it's a car that's efficient, comfortable, athletic, and styled way above its price... [Read More]
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James, who asked to only be identified by his middle name, tried Oxycontin for the first time when he was in college. Now in recovery,... [Read More]
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