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2 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
Indiana has made Pike wide receiver Dominique Booth a priority in 2014, and the Hoosiers will soon find out if their efforts will pay off.
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6 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
A six-year-old boy kissed a classmate and got suspended for sexual harassment. Now his mom is fighting to get the incident removed from his record.
8 hrs ago | Seattle Times
The House passed legislation Wednesday that instructs the Veterans Affairs Department to unearth the remains of an Army veteran buried with military honors last year even after police said he killed an Indianapolis woman and injured three others before taking his own life.
10 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
Statehood Day is a day we relish with genuine Hoosier pride. On Dec. 11, 1816, Indiana, once part of the vast Northwest Territory, was officially recognized as a burgeoning new state comprised of great resources and the promise of a better future.
14 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
Participation in the federal health exchange increased nearly fourfold in Indiana during the second month of operation, according to figures released by the federal government today.
18 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
Wednesday's afternoon temperaturess will be similar to Tuesday, but there will be more clouds around, especially from Indianapolis northward.
The $80 billion federal gamble on General Motors and Chrysler that began five years ago this month has paid off, according to Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind.
Indiana lawmakers talked about same sex marriage, Sunday liquor sales and declining state revenue amid projections of a slow economy in 2014.
The Evansville City Council opposes adding a definition of marriage to the Indiana Constitution.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is informing more than 10,000 current members of the Healthy Indiana Plan that their benefits will continue through the end of April 2014 to allow additional time for them to obtain new health coverage through the federal marketplace at www.healthcare.gov.
The leading edge of light snow is moving through central Indiana overnight. There will be some minor accumulations.
A 22-year-old Elkhart man has pleaded guilty to two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of the owner of a northern Indiana convenience store and an employee.
Changes to the dates food stamp benefits are distributed to more than 900,000 Hoosiers will begin to take effect in January.
States took unprecedented action this year to tighten gun laws after last year's mass shooting at a Connecticut school, two gun-control groups said Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS Almost a million Hoosiers receiving food stamps will see the date they receive benefits shift in January under a new law.
INDIANAPOLIS The Indiana Department of Education announced two Title I award grants for Indiana Schools today.
INDIANAPOLIS During National Influenza Vaccination Week, State health officials remind Hoosiers that influenza vaccinations will be available throughout the winter months.