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More than 600 patches have been collected for the family of fallen Southport Lt. Aaron Allan by Indiana Going Blue. [Read More]
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Muncie Community Schools canceled their contract Tuesday with the company that has helped to create the district's bus routes. [Read More]
Science, technology, engineering and math are a priority at a Morgan County school, and administrators believe its improving enrollment and students' behavior in the classroom. ... [Read More]
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Street lights around the city of Indianapolis will soon be equipped with LED technology - and there will be more of them too. ... [Read More]
Frankton students were invited to learn more about STEM using a hands-on approach during The Women in Tech golf championship at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. [Read More]
An October 4 groundbreaking is planned for two new elementary schools in the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township. [Read More]
A program aimed to equip those formerly incarcerated with skills to get them back on their feet, has turned into a life-changing experience for some... [Read More]
A Bloomington woman was brought to tears after an angry note was left on her vehicle addressing her usage of a parking placard. [Read More]
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After receiving a stolen truck, employees at a car dealership in Boone County came up with an idea to turn something bad into something helpful... [Read More]
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A teacher at Arsenal Technical High School has started collecting donations for students who are unable to attend class because they can't afford the cost... [Read More]
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A Marion County rule some people may not be aware of could cost homeowners thousands of dollars. [Read More]
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Traveling 35 mph, a semi-truck slams into a school bus carrying 10 passengers inside. [Read More]
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More than 16,000 Carmel students put on their solar eclipse shades to become part of history Monday afternoon. [Read More]
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The push for a hate crime law in Indiana has regained momentum following violence in Charlottesville, and Indiana House Speaker said he supports the idea. [Read More]
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Teachers at Arlington High School opened the floor for discussion on hate and tolerance this week in light of violent events that took place in... [Read More]
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It's been a journey of thousands of miles for a young boy, but his new family says he's settling in and adjusting well to his... [Read More]
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