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Ind. hunters donate venison to food pantries
The state Department of Natural Resources says Indiana hunters donated nearly 67,000 pounds of venison to food pantries during the 2013-14 hunting season.
Purdue, donor split over God reference for plaque
A Purdue University graduate is fighting the school's refusal to allow him to include a reference to God on a dedication plaque.
Ind. House backs tougher penalties for gun crimes
The Indiana House has advanced a measure allowing judges to impose tougher sentences for anyone convicted of using a gun in a violent crime.
STEM teachers might get state help repaying loans
Certain college students who go on to teach science, math or special education in the state could get up to $9,000 to pay off loans if a legislative proposal becomes law.
Crashes snarl traffic on I-469 around Fort Wayne
Numerous vehicles crashed on Fort Wayne's Interstate 469 amid conditions that state police say included blowing snow and icy roadways.
Ind. House backs study of teen sexual assaults
The Indiana House is backing a plan to study the number of teen sexual assaults and rapes in the state.
1,000-plus hogs die in Carroll County farm fire
Authorities say more than 1,000 hogs were killed by a fire that swept through barns on a central Indiana farm.
Ind. lawmakers OK amnesty for minors who call for help
Amnesty from underage drinking charges for those younger than 21 who report sexual assaults or drug overdoses has support from Indiana lawmakers.
Lugar says weapons threat still a big concern
Former senators Richard Lugar of Indiana and Sam Nunn of Georgia say they're pleased that efforts to disarm Ukraine of its nuclear weapons worked two decades ago, but they caution that the threat from weapons of mass destruction around the world is still high.
Indiana House OKs bill to end efficiency program
The Indiana House has approved a bill that would end Indiana's 2-year-old energy-efficiency program that helps homeowners and businesses cut their energy use.
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