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- Job at Nike turns Ball State grad into marathoner LOGANSPORT, Ind. (AP) — Bryce Baldwin never pictured himself running a marathon. That changed when he started working for Nike. A switch in careers and a new-found passion for fitness led the 2004 Caston High School graduate to complete his first ma
- 4 couples sue Indiana over same-sex marriage ban LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Four gay couples from southern Indiana sued the state Friday, seeking to force Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages from out of state and issue licenses to same-sex couples. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in New Albany
- Court upholds 105-year sentence Court upholds 105-year sentence ANGOLA (AP) -- The state Court of Appeals has upheld a 105-year prison sentence for a northeastern Indiana man convicted of fatally shooting another man and shooting at a sheriff's deputy during a chase. The Herald Re
- Noted psychiatrist may testify in Purdue shooting INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Defense attorneys for a Purdue University engineering student accused of killing another student on campus may call a psychiatrist who has testified in high-profile murder cases such as those of the Unabomber and a woman who drown
Tax collections drop after winter storms
Severe winter weather is being blamed for a sharp drop in tax collections by the state.
Ind. seeks fed storm aid for cities, non-profits
Gov. Mike Pence is asking for federal grants for government and certain non-profit organizations in 49 counties hit hard by an early January storm that dumped more than a foot of snow in some places and brought the state its coldest temperatures in two decades.
Zoeller will defend Ind. marriage law against suit
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he is ready to defend the state's marriage laws against a federal challenge filed by four gay couples.
Drug court participants could face prison time
The Indiana Supreme Court's suspension of a troubled southern Indiana drug court has left more than 70 people facing the possibility that they'll have to serve out the rest of their sentences in prison.
Retired sergeant reunited with war dog companion
A retired Air Force sergeant from southern Indiana has been reunited with a military dog that served with him during the war in Iraq.
Judge mulls sentence for man in witness beating
A southern Indiana judge is weighing what sentence he'll impose on a man convicted of attacking another man over testimony that led to his stepdaughter's arrest.
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