Joe Lubbers, left, and Rick McKee display a sign in front of the Statehouse before the start of Organization Day Tuesday in Indianapolis. Union members are rallying at the Statehouse ahead of a 2012 session set to be dominated by "right-to-work" legislation.
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Pence seeks pre-K vouchers, road money in 2nd year
Indiana's school voucher program, already the broadest in the nation, would be expanded to preschool-aged children under a plan Gov. Mike Pence announced Thursday as part of his 2014 agenda.
Ball State journalism students headed to Sochi for Winter Games
Student journalists from a Ball State University immersive learning program are heading to Sochi, Russia, for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
GM using landfill gas to power Fort Wayne plant
General Motors Corp. is spending $11 million at its Fort Wayne Assembly Plant to create a small power plant to supply 40 percent of the factory's operations.
Business veteran to direct Ind. agriculture agency
Indiana agribusiness executive Ted McKinney will be the new director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
Paul Page returning as voice of IMS Radio Network
Longtime motorsports announcer Paul Page will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network as its lead announcer next season.
- Paoli Peaks looks to start making snow A southern Indiana ski slope is hoping the cold weather being forecast will allow it to open up for skiers in a couple weeks.
Government opening 1st Precheck enrollment site in Indy
The government says Indianapolis International Airport will have the first enrollment site for an expedited screening program that allows airline passengers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and belts and keep laptop computers in cases at security checkpoints.
Judge dismisses 1 of 3 men in disappearance suit
One of three men who were with an Indiana University student when she disappeared in 2011 was dismissed Monday from a lawsuit seeking to hold them liable for her death.
Indiana teen reaches plea deal in 2010 killing
An Indiana teenager who was sentenced to 25 years and would have served some time in adult prison after pleading guilty at age 12 to helping kill a friend's stepfather could leave a juvenile prison as early as next summer under a deal with prosecutors.
Camm working with nonprofit advocating for inmates
A southern Indiana man acquitted of killing his wife and two children after 13 years in prison will work with a national nonprofit that advocates on behalf of criminal convicts it believes have been wrongfully accused.
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