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- Police, FBI investigate mayor's campaign spending ELWOOD -- The Indiana State Police and FBI are investigating campaign finance expenditures by Elwood Mayor Ron Arnold for 2012 and 2013, according to local officials. In particular, Arnold spent campaign money for out-of-state travel and personal bil
- Muncie vying for share of $19.8 million demolition funding MUNCIE (AP) — Muncie is one of 11 Indiana cities competing for $19.8 million to pay for tearing down vacant houses. The eastern Indiana city of about 70,000 people will compete for funding with communities in 11 other Indiana counties, including cou
SE Ind. Olympian Goepper honored by lawmakers
Indiana lawmakers are honoring the perserverance and commitment of slopestyle skier Nick Goepper.
Indy's Pan Am Plaza could house 2 new towers
An Indianapolis developer plans to build a tower housing two separate hotels on the site of the downtown Pan Am Plaza.
Rebuilt community center shows town's resilience
A southern Indiana town devastated by deadly tornadoes in 2012 is celebrating the rededication of a building that has long been the heart of the community.
Police, FBI investigate Elwood mayor's campaign spending
State police and the FBI are investigating campaign finance spending by the mayor of a small Indiana city.
Bill to allow guns in school lots up for vote
A bill that would allow guns in parking lots outside Indiana's schools is headed to a vote in the House.
IUPUI chancellor touts changes made over 12 years
The chancellor of Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis says the downtown campus is increasing its number of graduates and attracting more research funding.
Ind. hunters donate venison to food pantries
The state Department of Natural Resources says Indiana hunters donated nearly 67,000 pounds of venison to food pantries during the 2013-14 hunting season.
- New home for Monroe County archives dating to 1898 BLOOMINGTON (AP) -- Books on books on books. That's what the first floor of the North Showers Government Center looked like not too long ago when about five rooms were filled with Monroe County's oldest records. Before that, the books were scattered
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