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Ind. nature trust expands Owen-Putnam State Forest
State officials say funding from the Bicentennial Nature Trust has helped the Indiana Department of Natural Resources expand a central Indiana state forest by 84 acres.
Man faces drug charges after pot falls from pocket
Northern Indiana police say a man registering as a sex offender at a county jail is facing drug charges after a bag of marijuana allegedly fell out of his pocket in the jail.
Groups ask regulators to probe plant's power woes
Environmental and citizens' groups are asking Indiana regulators to launch a formal investigation into problems and delays that have sharply limited the power output of Duke Energy's $3.5 billion coal-gasification plant.
- Indianapolis man fatally shot by police in raid INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A man who was shot and killed by police after allegedly wounding four SWAT officers watched them approach the suspected drug house on surveillance cameras, Indianapolis' public safety director said. Police said that Andrew Sizemo
- Indiana lawmakers approve police education bill INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — New standards for police cultural sensitivity training and reporting of bullying-related suicides could become law pending the governor's approval. The Indiana Senate gave final approval to the bill in a 40-9 vote on Wednesday. G
- Indiana flood victims hesitant to relocate LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — The thought of leaving her flooded-out home on Barton Beach Road brings Carla Johnson to the point of tears, but she's ready to go if the government will make a buyout offer — almost any reasonable offer. "At this point, I'm p
- Indiana woman gets 45-year sentence in slaying NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — A southern Indiana woman who prosecutors say fatally shot a Kentucky man during a sexual role-playing game has been sentenced to 45 years in prison. Lisa Shuler, 32, of New Albany apologized during a hearing Wednesday in a Fl
- Thick snow, ice on ponds may cause big fish kills INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — This winter's frigid weather could cause an unusual number of fish kills, particularly in northern Indiana. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says there's ice up to 20 inches thick on lakes and ponds, not to mention rec
- Indianapolis police officers hurt serving warrant INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says four SWAT officers have been hurt in a shooting while serving a warrant. Officer Kendale Adams told The Indianapolis Star that two officers have been released after treatment a
Ind. workplace safety problems listed in report
Federal investigators say Indiana's workplace safety agency mishandled complaints, put its inspectors under strict time constraints and didn't help whistleblowers.
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