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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.
Indiana is throwing away jobs in its trash, says a new study that estimates the state could create 10,000 jobs by recycling 25 percent of its garbage.
Mayor Tom Henry has joined with other mayors across the state to speak out against the proposed amendment to the Indiana Constitution that would permanently define marriage and would remove existing protections under law for same-sex and unmarried couples and families.
The three suspects in the Richmond Hill explosion will be back in court this afternoon for a pretrial hearing.
Wednesday begins with the fog that never ended on Tuesday. Mild temperatures will start in the upper 40s and peak around 60 in Indioanapolis.
Senior Lab Technician Dave Griffin, New Castle, secures soybean plants in their beds while working in a greenhouse at Dow AgroSciences' campus Indianapolis' Northwestside.
A body found in central Indiana wooded area has been identified as that of a 21-year-old man who was reported missing in August.
One of two men accused of killing a 19-year-old southwestern Indiana woman and dumping her body in a lake in a rural lake has pleaded guilty in the case.
The mayors of most of Indiana’s largest cities announced their opposition today to the proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
So did you get enough to eat this past week? Did you find it hard to choose between seconds on the... Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is among a group of Indiana mayors who announced their opposition Dec. 3 to the proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
The Republican mayor of Evansville is joining the opposition to putting Indiana's ban on gay marriage into the state constitution.
The Jeffersonville City Council voted unanimously Monday to approve the new $2.2 million marina and fishing pier after turning down the project's financing plan last month because detailed designs weren't complete.
Chicago baker Paula Haney grew up in Indianapolis, went to high school at Brebeuf and attended college at IU.
A southern Indiana ski slope is hoping the cold weather being forecast will allow it to open up for skiers in a couple weeks.