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Bloomington council backs deer hunt in preserve
The Bloomington City Council has decided to allow sharpshooters to thin the deer heard at a city nature preserve.
Hearing set for case on Indiana gay marriage ban
A federal judge is set to hear arguments from a same-sex couple hoping to have their marriage recognized in Indiana.
Indiana appealing FEMA denial of storm assistance
Gov. Mike Pence is appealing the Federal Emergency Management Agency's denial of Indiana's request for a major disaster declaration due to the winter storm that dumped a foot or more of snow on parts of the state and plunged it into subzero temperatures.
Ind. picked for national business incentive study
Indiana has been tapped as one of seven states to participate in a review of economic development incentives.
- City can't afford cleanup ANDERSON (AP) — A central Indiana city won't participate in an annual community cleanup event this spring, saying it can't afford the cost because it spent so much clearing snow over the winter. Anderson city workers have been helping with the Rev.
- Coroner: Body found in Indiana is Michigan doctor KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — An autopsy determined that a body found in an Indiana lake is that of a Michigan doctor who had been missing since December, a coroner Wednesday. It was Teleka Patrick's body that was pulled Sunday from Lake Charles in the no
- Small town's residents push keeping schools open DUGGER, Ind. (AP) — Residents of a small southwestern Indiana town are hoping to keep the local high school and elementary school open as charter schools start opening this fall. The school district that includes the town of Dugger is closing the sc
State Board of Education cancels May transition test
Indiana students won't be taking a test this May that was meant to help transition to new education standards.
State education board members say teacher ratings unfair
Some Indiana State Board of Education officials say teacher evaluation results that show only 2 percent of educators need improvement are unfair to students and parents.
Pence chief of staff leaving Statehouse post
One of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's closest confidants is leaving the Statehouse to start a political consulting firm.
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