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In the last few months, two Brown County High School graduates have overdosed and died. [Read More]
The latest results from the annual Hoosier Survey — now in its 10th year — show about 57 percent of the 600 people polled approve... [Read More]
Central Library in downtown Indianapolis will open the Center for Black Literature and Culture this weekend. [Read More]
A shortage of qualified treatment providers is frequently cited as an obstacle in fighting the opioid addiction crisis. [Read More]
September marks four consecutive months of Indiana's unemployment rate rising — the first time that's happened in six years. [Read More]
Braun says he looks forward to serving Hoosiers in a different capacity as he steps down from his House seat. [Read More]
The Broad Ripple Village Association surveyed residents and local business owners about possibilities for re-using the closing Broad Ripple High School. Longtime resident and board... [Read More]
State and local officials say a direct flight from Indianapolis to Paris starting next spring will connect Indiana businesses with global markets. Consul General of... [Read More]
The study committee's report will recommend expanding public notice requirements for farmers seeking to build a CAFO,... [Read More]
In part one of a three-part series, we visit Indiana's Lake Michigan port facility to see how it's secured its place in the global steel... [Read More]
An Indiana study committee panel recommended Thursday the General Assembly explore ways to make voting and voter registration more accessible. [Read More]
Indiana's recommended rates for workers compensation insurance will continue a multi-year decline in 2018. Officials say the nearly 13 percent drop in their benchmark rate... [Read More]
Guillaume Lacroix, consul general of France, was in Indianapolis this week. [Read More]
Long-struggling Gary, Indiana is hoping to stand out in Amazon's search for a second headquarters site by offering a chance to pull the city from... [Read More]
Vice President Mike Pence's older brother Greg signaled this week he's likely to make a run for Congress next year. [Read More]
Amazon's unmatched promise of 50,000 well-paying jobs has red carpets rolling out across the U.S. — but also some soul-searching. How much should communities subsidize... [Read More]
A study committee's recommendations don't include specific legislative language and likely don't change debate on the issue. [Read More]
The state will use money from the Children's Health Insurance Program. [Read More]
During the event city representatives and consultants provided information on existing transportation plans and how people and goods move throughout the city. [Read More]
The Marion County Sheriff's Office says at least 16 inmates at its Indianapolis jail have been sleeping on mattresses on the floor in holding cells... [Read More]
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