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According to news reports, the priorities for the next session of the Indiana General Assembly appear to be: a constitutional amendment to prohibit gay marriage; being able to sell beer and liquor everywhere on Sundays; and, cutting and/or eliminating taxes on corporations.
The state Department of Homeland Security is advising people in Floyd, Crawford and Washington counties in southern Indiana to stay off the roads.
The winter storm will move out of central Indiana tonight with some evening light snow and an additional inch or so is possible.
The next blast of snow is expected to come through the Indianapolis area between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. IndyStar.com metereologist Paul Poteet said the next wave could potentially bring another inch, maybe 2, of snow, especially in the southern areas.
Two men have been arrested for the shooting death of a military veteran during an apparent robbery.
The roads in southwestern Indiana were apparently too slick for at least one snow plow.
State police are warning Indiana residents about a phone scam that has been reported in central Indiana where grandparents are swindled out of money by con artists who tell them about a fake emergency.
A winter storm warning is in effect until 1 a.m. Saturday. Roads will become messy and snow covered into Friday afternoon.
Toyota says it has begun production of its 2014 Highlander SUV at its plant in southwestern Indiana.
Indiana State Police and excise officers also raided two northwestern Indiana Mexican restaurants as part of a Marion County grand jury investigation that involves numerous restaurants in central Indiana, including El Rodeo restaurants in Indianapolis.
Mild weather will be with us today as highs top out around 60 degrees. The forecast flips to winter by Thursday night as we start tracking rain/sleet/ice and snow.
A former Indianapolis police officer convicted of killing a man and seriously injured two other people while driving drunk in his police cruiser is now in prison.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is set to provide more details about his second-year agenda he says will focus on education, road construction and economic issues.
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In November, millions of families in Indiana and across the nation saw their Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits cut through a planned phase-out of a temporary increase in funding that originally took place during the 2009 recession.
Whether hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers will be able to get health insurance through Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act may hinge on whether the federal government approves a state plan that requires them to pay some of the cost of their health care.