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Indiana is among ten states waiting for the federal government's approval to enact work requirements for Medicaid. [Read More]
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A state senator has filed a bill that would officially legalize the sale and possession of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, in Indiana. ... [Read More]
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In a terrifying turn of events, a normal drive home turned into a nightmare situation for a Lawrence woman on Tuesday. ... [Read More]
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Local plumbers say they expect to get more calls from homeowners with frozen pipes later this week as our frigid temperatures continue. [Read More]
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Health officials in Marion County are expected to declare a "public health emergency" early next year because of the drug crisis and to lay the... [Read More]
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A new state law will help domestic abuse victims by identifying any patterns or similarities and recommending strategies for prevention. [Read More]
A new state law will help domestic abuse victims by identifying any patterns or similarities and recommending strategies for prevention. [Read More]
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Gov. Eric Holcomb says state officials still don't know the full scope of Indiana's opioid problem. [Read More]
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A Westfield mother is advocating for a change in state law to give children like her son  the best chance at survival. [Read More]
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A Hamilton County school is preparing students for careers that don't even exist yet in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. [Read More]
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The Indianapolis City-County Council is expected to approve more than $1 million that will be used to attract additional business and visitors to the Lafayette... [Read More]
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For the owner of a median-priced home valued at around $125,000, the increases would mean they would pay an additional $28 each month or more... [Read More]
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Indianapolis City-County Councilor Jeff Miller said he has no intentions on resigning amid child molestation charges. [Read More]
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As hundreds of abandoned homes line the streets of Indianapolis, a group of city and community partners are looking to develop strategies to eliminate the... [Read More]
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Ed and Sherri Torres' living room floor is covered in toys. There are blocks, stuffed dolls, and baby pillows strewn all over a blanket on the... [Read More]
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Indianapolis City-County Councilman Jeff Miller, who was charged with child molestation, actively participated in a community meeting Tuesday night. [Read More]
A woman living near the White River on Indy's north side said she wants hunting laws changed after shots were fired near her home. [Read More]
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A law that requires mental health assessments for all service members has been implemented. [Read More]
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A new tax plan proposal by the U.S. House could cause more college students to seek financial help. [Read More]
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Two underperforming IPS schools could transform into Innovation Network Schools to prevent a state takeover. ... [Read More]
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