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A state Senate committee gutted language in a controversial coal bill on Thursday. The bill aimed to keep coal plants open until Indiana can develop... [Read More]
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The state of Indiana will pay more than $180,000 in attorneys fees after one of several legal battles over an anti-abortion law wrapped up. [Read More]
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House and Senate lawmakers have reached consensus on what the final version of the bill to increase the smoking age will look like. [Read More]
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The Indiana State Department of Health announced Thursday it has initiated its Pandemic Preparedness and Response Plan in reaction to the global coronavirus outbreak. [Read More]
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Subaru of Indiana Automotive is increasing service part production and adding transmission manufacturing to its Lafayette plant. The company says the $158 million investment will... [Read More]
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Five years ago, Indiana experienced one of the nations worst HIV outbreaks. Mike Pence was governor then, and he approved a needle exchange to keep... [Read More]
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Members of our Indiana 2020 Two-Way texting group told us they wanted to know more about health care costs, what's being done to address them,... [Read More]
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A parent advocacy group for Northwest Allen County Schools continued a series on education by bringing in state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick Tuesday... [Read More]
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Ivy Tech Community College announced a new apprenticeship program Wednesday that will place students in emerging career fields around internet-connected factory robots. [Read More]
A revised bill that would address surprise medical billing passed the Senate health committee Wednesday, but many senators say there's still a lot of work... [Read More]
Leaders at Indianapolis Public Schools say the private company operating three of its former schools under a soon-to-end state intervention is preventing a smooth transition... [Read More]
The Kids Count Data Book measures the well-being of youth across Indiana, including county breakdowns. [Read More]
Zionsville Mayor Democrat Emily Styron took office in January and made economic development a focus for 2020. [Read More]
Climate change is expected to threaten Indianas water supply. Indiana Universitys Environmental Resilience Institute has developed an interactive map to help cities plan for less... [Read More]
A House committee dramatically scaled back a bill that wouldve provided greater oversight of the Department of Child Services. [Read More]
A proposal to require Indiana teachers who carry guns in school to receive specialized training is being scrapped, as a key lawmaker raises concerns the... [Read More]
A resolution passed by in the House Monday would honor those killed or injured at work. It would formally recognize April 28 as Workers Memorial... [Read More]
The Indianapolis City-Council Council passed two proposals Monday night to protect the rights of renters in the city. The move comes after a state... [Read More]
The Indianapolis City-County Council unanimously adopted a resolution Monday to address the historic racial inequities in Indianapolis city government. [Read More]
Data from the report shows 34 deaths were Hoosiers 65 years or older, and Marion and Lake counties have seen the highest number of flu-related... [Read More]
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