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Judge wants dead man's father to stop posts
A southern Indiana judge has instructed prosecutors to ask the father of a man killed in a crash while fleeing a burglary to stop posting comments on Facebook about the case of a man charged with murder in his death.
Police: Driver drinking before gas station crash
Police investigators believe a driver had been drinking alcohol and was speeding when his car went out of control and crashed into a gasoline station in an eastern Indiana city.
Plan would help pay loans for some Ind. teachers
Indiana would pay up to $9,000 of student loans for some teachers under a measure headed to Gov. Mike Pence.
- State lawmakers grapple with remaining bills INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- A shutdown of the state's energy efficiency program was sent to the governor's desk Monday, but lawmakers were still mulling over other tough issues, including the proposed relaxing of gun regulations, as they entered the final w
Feds arrest Putnam Co. deputy on charges of violence
A federal indictment unsealed Monday alleges a sheriff's deputy engaged in repeated acts of violence against people being taken into custody, in one case shoving a woman's face down into rocks at a truck stop.
Tire fire leads to cleanup of eastern Indiana site
State officials say an eastern Indiana auto salvage yard is being cleaned up after a tire fire first brought it to the attention of regulators.
Environmental group against C. Ind. reservoir plan
Another environmental group has come out against plans for a new 7-mile long reservoir in central Indiana, citing concerns about damage to Mounds State Park.
Fire wrecks rural church near Rochester
A weekend fire destroyed much of a rural northern Indiana church that dated back nearly 140 years.
Lawmakers negotiating Indiana child care regulations
Day care providers would face greater child health and safety regulations if they choose to take taxpayer money under a bill being considered by Indiana lawmakers.
Indiana road funding bill nears final vote
Final lawmaker negotiations are set to begin on a bill that would allocate $200 million for Indiana transportation projects.
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