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- Adoption risks focus of lawsuit GOSHEN (AP) -- Adoptive parents Jason and Justina Kramer took a baby girl home back in May 2010, basking in the glow of new parenthood until their adoption scenario unfolded into a nightmare, the couple's attorney said. Both the couple and the baby's
Vincennes home of nation's 9th president acquires portrait
The foundation that oversees the home where President William Henry Harrison lived as Indiana's territorial governor now has a portrait painted just before his death on display.
Wayward squirrel blamed for $300K in center damage
Officials say a wayward squirrel caused about $300,000 in damage to a Fort Wayne community center set to open in June.
Sleeping girl hit by bullet from outside Indy home
Police say a 12-year-old girl was wounded by gunfire as she slept inside her family's Indianapolis apartment.
4 wounded in Richmond drive-by shooting
Police say four people were wounded in a hail of gunfire from a passing car in an eastern Indiana city.
Prosecutor appointed to investigate Tippecanoe Co. judge
A special prosecutor will investigate whether a Tippecanoe County judge should face charges for using his publicly owned computer to send campaign email.
- Officer charged in fatal crash ANDERSON (AP) -- Court records indicate an off-duty central Indiana police officer was traveling 92 mph and made no effort to swerve or stop when his SUV plowed into a car, killing a man and injuring his pregnant wife. The Herald Bulletin reports the
- Bloomington backs deer hunt BLOOMINGTON (AP) -- The Bloomington City Council has decided to allow sharpshooters to thin the deer herd at a city nature preserve. The council voted 6-2 to approve the hunting proposal for the Griffy Lake preserve, with another member abstaining. M
- Stray bullet may be to blame in death SOUTH BEND (AP) -- A 2-year-old boy shot dead while playing in the front yard of a South Bend home with his 7-year-old sister may have been struck by a bullet from a gunfight between two rival groups that began about a block away, police said. An arg
- Ind. must recognize gay couple's marriage INDIANAPOLIS -- A federal judge ordered Indiana on Thursday to recognize the out-of-state marriage of a gay couple before one of the women, who has cancer, dies. The decision, specific to the couple, doesn't affect other lawsuits challenging Indiana'
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