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3 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
A crowd was on hand Dec 8, 1969 for the ground breaking of the $24 million Indiana Civic Exposition Center - known known as the Convention Center.
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3 hrs ago | WTLC-AM Indianapolis
Nearly a decade ago, a series of editorials in the Indianapolis Star declared that Indianapolis had one of the worst graduation rates of any major American city.
4 hrs ago | WDRB-TV Louisville
Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore expressed "disappointment and frustration" with the Indiana Department of Transportation Thursday afternoon in a press release criticizing the department's decision not to open the Big Four Bridge on April 30 as originally planned.
8 hrs ago | Journalgazette.net
Debate on the new standards comes as the state races to create before July new, state-written benchmarks for what students should learn in each grade.
The Purdue University president and former Indiana governor who considered running for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, was one of six new members elected to the board of the Commission on Presidential Debates.
A convicted sex offender has pleaded guilty to the rape and killing of a 17-year-old southern Indiana girl.
Purdue Agriculture Economist Corinne Alexander said California depends on snow during the winter months for water supply in the summer.
Ethics Committee Chairman Greg Steuerwald has called a meeting on Rep. Eric Turner at the Statehouse next Wednesday.
Sunshine and warmth is coming our way today. Highs will top out right around normal for this time of year, in the low to mid 60s.
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. The state fire marshal's office has taken over the investigation of a fatal blaze at a rental cabin in Sevierville that killed a child and his relative from Indiana.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence spent part of his first day of an economic development trip to Germany meeting Hoosier troops stationed in the country.
As the first state to drop the national Common Core learning standards, Indiana is rushing to approve new state-crafted benchmarks in time for teachers to use them this fall, and education leaders from across the nation are closely watching.
New data released by the Department of Education today shows Indiana graduation rates remained steady in 2013.
Six of Indiana's nine House members face opponents in the May 6 primary, but none of their challengers have raised much money, according to the latest campaign disclosure reports.
The letters were dated from 1918. They were from a man - Clement Berger - training to fight on the killing fields of France, writing home to his sweetheart, Mary Borho.
There's a new tool to help police fight the heroin epidemic sweeping central Indiana.
The City of Indianapolis is looking to revitalize and rebrand the area around the former Market Square Arena site.