Author: Mark Alesia

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The state and U.S. Supreme Courts have cases threatening a source of money that local governments say is crucial for law enforcement in Indiana.      ... [Read More]
A woman alleges in a lawsuit that a former Purdue University professor assaulted her sexually while she was his student at the school.       ... [Read More]
The pain and gain of President Trump's tariff and trade policies are most evident in Indiana, creating tough choices for U.S. Senate candidates.       ... [Read More]
Indiana U.S. Senate candidates Mike Braun, Lucy Brenton and Joe Donnelly answer IndyStar's questions on Trump tariffs and trade policy.        ... [Read More]
Trump imposed a 25 percent tariff on foreign steel and 10 percent on aluminum. That impacts Indiana significantly.        ... [Read More]
The suspect in the Noblesville middle school shooting has agreed to what would be a guilty plea were it in adult, instead of juvenile, court.... [Read More]
Politicians and leaders of the city's sports industry sketched a vision Tuesday of Indianapolis as a hub of innovation in sports technology.       ... [Read More]
Lucas Oil Stadium was expected to usher in a new era of entertainment and events Downtown. Here's a look at what it brought and at... [Read More]
A robbery suspect was shot and killed inside a convenience store Saturday after two armed customers fired their personal weapons.        ... [Read More]
A federal judge Thursday denied Attorney General Curtis Hill's attempt to challenge an agreement to add early voting sites in Marion County.        ... [Read More]
In 17 states, surgery center deaths don't have to be reported to officials — let alone patients — and doctors ousted from hospitals... [Read More]
In 17 states, surgery center deaths don't have to be reported to officials – let alone patients – and doctors ousted from hospitals... [Read More]
A USA TODAY Network and Kaiser Health News investigation finds that a hodgepodge of state rules governing outpatient centers allow some deaths and serious injuries... [Read More]
Another former Indiana University diver has been added to a class action lawsuit against Indianapolis-based USA Diving.        ... [Read More]
A group supporting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh violated laws with a mass robotext to Hoosiers, according to a class action lawsuit        ... [Read More]
Here is where you can donate to the Indianapolis family that lost nine members from three generations when a duck boat capsized Friday in Missouri.... [Read More]
A consultant will review the work of a part-time forensic pathologist at the Marion County coroner's office after he was fired in Illinois.       ... [Read More]
At a news conference, Tia Coleman paid tribute to her husband, three children and five other family members she lost in the duck boat tragedy.... [Read More]
A man charged with drunken driving and causing the deaths of an Indianapolis Colts player and an Uber driver pleaded guilty Friday in Marion County.... [Read More]
Tags: Uber - deaths - Drunken
Attorney General Curtis Hill's attempt to block appointment of a special prosecutor is "plainly wrong," the Marion County prosecutor argues.        ... [Read More]
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