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A southern Indiana woman had set up a video camera in her house in an attempt to catch her boyfriend cheating on her with another... [Read More]
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After passing 15 bills last session in an attempt to stem the opioid crisis, the Indiana General Assembly will fine-tune some of those during the... [Read More]
A Lafayette father who was intoxicated with illegal drugs when his 3-week-old baby died from asphyxiation has had his conviction for felony neglect resulting in... [Read More]
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Hoosiers may have to look deep to find issues that directly affect them in the upcoming session, a leading legislator said Tuesday. But if residents... [Read More]
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Indiana House leaders announced Tuesday they would focus their annual philanthropic campaign on the foster home shortage. [Read More]
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The Indiana Chamber wants to see the state's legal smoking age raised to 21 and a coordination of workforce development with business needs as part... [Read More]
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State agencies are working with private firms and Purdue University to prepare Indiana roads and licensing requirements for self-driving vehicles. [Read More]
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State agencies are working with private firms and Purdue University to prepare Indiana roads and licensing requirements for self-driving vehicles. [Read More]
Since February, Greenwood City Court Judge Lewis Gregory has offered plan through the local probation department in which opiate addicts can choose to wear a... [Read More]
Here's a short list of things to know about Alex Azar, a former Eli Lilly pharmaceutical executive who has been nominated by President Donald Trump... [Read More]
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Hoosiers could purchase alcohol for carry-out on Sundays under a proposal from a legislature-created study commission on alcohol reform. However, expansion of cold beer sales... [Read More]
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Hoosiers could purchase alcohol for carry-out on Sundays under a proposal from a legislature-created study commission on alcohol reform. [Read More]
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In movies, police detectives often cut open a package of powdery drugs, stick in a knife and bring it to their lips to determine whether... [Read More]
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Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said his focus in 2018 would be on developing a stronger workforce with more opportunities for education and training. [Read More]
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said his focus in 2018 would be on developing a stronger workforce with more opportunities for education and training. [Read More]
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Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said his focus in 2018 would be on developing a stronger workforce with more opportunities for education and training. [Read More]
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Indiana high school students would have to earn a diploma and show they are college- and career-ready to graduate under recommendations presented Tuesday to the... [Read More]
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State employees who are now allowed to carry firearms on the Statehouse grounds will undergo their first training session Wednesday. [Read More]
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State employees who are now allowed to carry firearms on the Statehouse grounds will undergo their first training session Wednesday. [Read More]
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Although a new study shows that Indiana could reap billions of revenue dollars by adding toll lanes to interstates, it does not take into account... [Read More]
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