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- Purdue reports big boost in research funding WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Purdue University says its researchers obtained $389 million in outside funding in the past year. That's almost a 22 percent increase from the previous year and just short of a record amount for Purdue. Many of the grants
- 7-year-old boy drowns in Avon retention pond AVON, Ind. (AP) — Police say a 7-year-old boy died after going underwater in a neighborhood retention pond in a western Indianapolis suburb. Hendricks County sheriff's Lt. Jim Yetter says the boy was with 10- and 6-year-old cousins walking to a neigh
- Maplehurst Bakeries plans expansion in Lebanon LEBANON, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana maker of frozen bakery products is planning a $78 million expansion that could add nearly 220 jobs in the next few years. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. says Brownsburg-based Maplehurst Bakeries will ren
US Attorney Hogsett steps down amid mayoral talk
U.S. Attorney Joseph Hogsett is resigning as the top federal prosecutor for central and southern Indiana after nearly four years in the position.
Hundreds expected for Gary officer's funeral
Organizers say they expect 600 to 1,000 law enforcement personnel to attend the funeral of a Gary police officer slain in the line of duty.
Major repairs planned for IUPUI's natatorium
Officials are set to announce plans for a renovation of IUPUI's natatorium and make street improvements around the downtown Indianapolis campus.
Son charged in NW Indiana hospital stabbing death
The son of an 80-year-old woman found stabbed to death in her hospital room has been charged with murder.
UPDATE: Bus was hit by stolen car going wrong way, sheriff says
Authorities say a car that collided with a Greyhound bus on an Indiana highway had been stolen and was traveling the wrong way.
Excise police warn retirement home about alcohol
Indiana Excise Police are known for breaking up parties involving underage drinkers, but recently in Bloomington they told the Meadowood Retirement Community it could no longer serve beer and wine to residents during its weekly social hour.
State storing blood samples without parents' OK
An Indiana Department of Health official says the state has blood samples from babies born since 1991 stored for possible use in medical research, saving it without permission from their parents.
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