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Memorial service set to honor Indiana crash victims
A memorial service at sea will be held for a 17-year-old pilot from Indiana and his father, whose plane crashed during an around-the-world flight attempt.
Judge issues gag order in Gary police killing case
A northwest Indiana judge has issued a gag order in the case against a man suspected of fatally shooting a Gary police officer.
Survivors of USS Indianapolis sinking hold reunion
About a dozen of the remaining 36 survivors of the World War II USS Indianapolis sinking are gathering in Indianapolis for a reunion over the weekend.
Teen says he'll sue Fishers over police dog attack
A teenager bitten by a police dog in an Indianapolis suburb says he will sue the city.
Former piano factory burns down in Muncie
An old warehouse that was the site of a former piano factory has burned down in Muncie.
Questions raise concern about school takeover law
Changes could be coming to the law allowing Indiana to take over consistently failing schools to resolve confusion over who has the ultimate authority over the facilities and their students.
Shortened summer cuts into tourism revenue
Southern Indiana tourism sites are taking a hit this summer because of a harsh winter that pushed the school year into June and rainy weather to kick off the season.
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