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  • By MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts' second choice for head coach could turn out to be even better than the first.

  • By ALAN FRAM and ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press

WASHINGTON — A chartered train carrying dozens of GOP lawmakers to a Republican retreat in West Virginia struck a garbage truck south of Charlottesville, Virginia, on Wednesday. No lawmakers were believed injured, but it at least one person in the truck was said to be seriously injured.

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  • Scott L. Miley | CNHI Statehouse Reporter

Updating Indiana's water infrastructure, estimated at a minimum cost of $15.6 billion, would be studied by a task force under a bill that passed out of committee Monday.

  • By Scott L. Miley | CNHI Statehouse

Indiana House members couldn't get the backing Monday to add new ingredients to a bill aimed at allowing carryout sales of alcohol on Sundays.

  • By BRIAN SLODYSKO, Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana congressman who has made repeated calls to "drain the swamp" in Washington collected more than $160,000 in campaign contributions from gambling interest groups that stand to benefit from legislation he is sponsoring, an Associated Press review found.

  • By Scott L. Miley CNHI News Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Senate Republicans will push for computer science courses in all high schools, alcohol sales on Sundays and increased funding to cover higher-than-anticipated school enrollments, among other issues, during the current legislative session.

  • By Scott L. Miley CNHI Statehouse Reporter

INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday a consultant would audit the Indiana Department of Child Services following criticism by the former director that the agency was underfunded and plagued by meddling from the Governor's Office.

  • Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — Two former executives with a company that operates dozens of Indiana nursing homes, including North Woods Village in Kokomo, have agreed to plead guilty in a kickback scheme involving millions of dollars.

  • Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — A new Indiana revenue forecast projects the state will collect nearly $400 million less in tax revenue than lawmakers expected when they approved the $32.3 billion budget in April.

  • Associated Press

CROWN POINT, Ind. — Indiana's second most-populous county and the city that's home to Indiana University are joining a planned lawsuit that alleges pharmaceutical companies and distributors have played a role in fueling the opioid abuse crisis.

  • By BRIAN SLODYSKO, Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — The wife of a former Indiana congressman who came under ethics investigation for spending campaign contributions on lavish hotels, meals and at least one family trip may soon announce that she will run for an open legislative seat.

  • Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — The primary forensics lab for Indiana has seen a sharp increase in drug cases during the past decade that officials say was driven in part by the state's opioid crisis.

  • By BRIAN SLODYSKO Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two powerful lobbying groups that have scuttled attempts to legalize carryout Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana with their past disagreements announced a deal Friday that could clear a path forward.

  • By Scott L. Miley CNHI Statehouse Reporter

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said his focus in 2018 would be on developing a stronger workforce with more opportunities for education and training.

  • By Scott L. Miley CNHI Statehouse Reporter

INDIANAPOLIS — Although a new study shows that Indiana could reap billions of revenue dollars by adding toll lanes to interstates, it does not take into account a state provision that prohibits the first new toll road from being within 75 miles of an existing one.

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