LEBANON, Ind. — Jurors in the third murder trial of David Camm sat through another day of complex scientific testimony in a case that continues to pit forensic experts against each other.
Court reporter can’t recall certain details of evidence examination
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Indiana House leader: Tax, preschool deals near
Republican leaders working on a series of last-minute compromises on top-tier issues of tax cuts, preschool and road funding announced Tuesday they were close to final agreements.
Jury selection begins in death of 2-year-old
Jury selection is underway in the trial of an Alabama man charged with fatally stabbing his 2-year-old son in Noblesville.
Gay married couples could pay more for tax filings
Conflicting state and federal policies will likely cost Indiana same-sex couples more when they file their tax returns this year, experts say.
- Tire fire leads to cleanup of eastern Indiana site An eastern Indiana auto salvage yard is being cleaned up under an agreement reached after a tire fire first brought it to the attention of regulators.
- Feds arrest Indiana deputy on charges of violence A federal indictment unsealed Monday alleges a sheriff's deputy from a rural Indiana county engaged in repeated acts of violence against people being taken into custody, in one case shoving a woman's face down into rocks at a truck stop.
- Light rail big issue in transit bill Sen. Tim Lanane, D-Anderson, said the biggest issue facing the conference committee on the mass transit bill is the matter of light rail.
- Couples want equal rights in same-sex suit Erin Brock says she’s prepared to fight to have her love legally recognized by the state of Indiana.
- Changed wording delays debate on right to hunt, fish A much-debated ban on same-sex marriage wasn’t the only proposed constitutional amendment to get knocked off this November’s ballot. Gone, too, is the less contentious proposal to protect Hoosiers’ right to hunt and fish.
Tax collection woes raise concern among Indiana leaders
A steady decline in tax collections is raising concerns among Indiana budget leaders about the overall fiscal health of the state.
Four couples sue Indiana over same-sex marriage ban
Four gay couples from southern Indiana sued the state Friday, seeking to force Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages from out of state and issue licenses to same-sex couples.
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