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Republican activists push party on gay marriage
As bans against gay marriage crumble and public opinion on the issue shifts rapidly, some Republicans are pushing the party to drop its opposition to same-sex unions, part of a broader campaign to get the GOP to appeal to younger voters by de-emphasizing social issues.
Culinary school proposed for former hall of fame
The South Bend Redevelopment Commission will consider a request to take the former College Football Hall of Fame building off the market for six months to give Ivy Tech Community College time to determine whether to place its culinary program there.
Reservoir opponents take message to Earth Day
Opponents of a proposed reservoir along the White River are planning to use this weekend's Earth Day festivals to rally public opposition against the project.
Indiana: Security bars Native American ceremonies
State attorneys say security concerns keep Indiana from allowing Native American offenders in a prison from practicing their religion without outside supervision.
Pence to speak at 2 GOP conventions amid 2016 talk
Gov. Mike Pence is heading south to rally Alabama's Republicans.
Indiana man gets 10 years in machine gun case
A central Indiana man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison on federal charges stemming from the seizure of more than 30 machine guns and ammunition from his home.
Charges in works against officer before shooting
A prosecutor says his office was preparing to file stalking charges against an Indianapolis police officer whom authorities say fatally shot his ex-wife and then killed himself.
Police: Man killed wife outside NW Indiana school
Police in northwestern Indiana say a man fatally shot his estranged wife in a parochial school parking lot and later killed himself at his home.
Higher Ed commissioner promoting 'College Success Tour'
Indiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers is kicking off the spring portion of the state's "College Success Tour."
- Judge: Indiana hasn't given valid reason for ban INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- A federal judge has said that attorneys defending Indiana's gay marriage ban haven't given a valid reason why the state should not recognize the out-of-state marriage of a lesbian couple, one of whom has a terminal illness. U.S.
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