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Cheney's daughter boosting Ind. amendment foes
Opponents of placing Indiana's gay marriage ban in the state constitution are looking for a shot in the arm from the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney.
SW Indiana fire chief resigns over racial posts
The chief of a southwestern Indiana volunteer fire department has resigned after being confronted about postings on his Facebook page saying he was a racist and had joined the Ku Klux Klan.
Golf cart rules nixed in Fort Wayne suburb
The plug has been pulled on a proposal aimed at legalizing and regulating the use of golf carts on the streets of a Fort Wayne suburb.
Greenfield mayor dies after suffering liver cancer
The mayor of a central Indiana city has died just days after his family said he had ended treatment for a recurrence of liver cancer and was in home hospice care.
Pence looks to expand education overhaul
Gov. Mike Pence is asking Indiana lawmakers to approve more aid for charter schools, school vouchers for preschool-aqe children and a host of other measures that build on the sweeping education changes approved in 2011.
State extends Healthy Indiana Plan through April
More than 10,000 low-income Indiana residents who participate in a state-run insurance plan will be able to keep their benefits through April.
- Ind. food stamp distribution dates being changed INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana residents receiving food stamps will begin getting their monthly benefits on new dates under a state law approved earlier this year as part of an effort to improve what is available at area grocery stores, officials with t
- Man sentenced for killing woman after scam JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A southern Indiana man has been sentenced to 65 years in prison for fatally shooting a woman who he claimed had scammed him out of $20,000 with a false relationship. A Clark County judge ordered the maximum sentence for mu
- Muncie residents push to keep school bus service MUNCIE (AP) — Several Muncie residents are asking the state Department of Education to force the city's school district to continue bus service for students despite the defeat of a proposed property tax increase to pay for its costs. School district
Ind. food stamp distribution dates being changed
Indiana's Family and Social Services Administration is changing when 900,000 residents receive their food stamps.
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