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Indiana lawmakers eye roads, preschool deals
Votes on deals to spend heavily on new road construction and a preschool pilot program are expected to dominate the final day of this year's legislative session in Indiana on Thursday.
NE Indiana man struck, killed while shoveling snow
Police say a pickup struck and killed a man who was shoveling snow at the end of the driveway at his northeastern Indiana home.
- Man admits killing toddler Man admits killing toddler NOBLESVILLE (AP) -- An Alabama man pleaded guilty but mentally ill Wednesday in the fatal stabbing of his 2-year-old son at his parents' central Indiana home. Micah Harrison of Robertson, Ala., entered the plea on the day
- Incentives planned for flights Incentives planned for flights FORT WAYNE (AP) -- The city of Fort Wayne is going to kick in up to $600,000 over two years toward incentives for an airline to offer daily flights to an East Coast travel hub. Negotiations are underway with United and
- 3 dead after pileups on snowy Ohio Turnpike TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Pileups on the Ohio Turnpike involving at least 50 vehicles killed three people and seriously injured a state trooper on Wednesday as a late-winter storm swept through the Midwest and the Northeast, ending a fleeting spring-like t
- Ind. lawmakers scrap Common Core, mull drug tests INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lawmakers bumping up against a deadline to clear out of town for basketball scrapped controversial education standards and overhauled proposed drug testing rules for some welfare recipients Wednesday. They were still seeking compr
State gives schools 2 more days for part of ISTEP
The State Board of Education is giving Indiana schools two more days to administer the multiple choice portion of the ISTEP exams.
Indiana recycling bill heads to governor's desk
Legislation that sets a goal for Indiana to eventually recycle at least half of its municipal waste is headed to Gov. Mike Pence's desk after passing the General Assembly.
Lawmakers seek to remove Indiana from Common Core
Indiana is set to scrap a set of contentious federal education standards under legislation on its way to Gov. Mike Pence.
Former Bloomington official charged in scheme
A former Bloomington projects manager whom federal prosecutors allege stole hundreds of thousands of dollars in public funds has been charged with embezzlement and conspiracy.
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