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- Indiana man arrested in mother's beating death An Evansville man has been arrested on charges he beat his 69-year-old mother to death.
- Man says he was sleepwalking when he attacked 7-year-old son A state court has rejected the appeal of a man who claimed he was sleepwalking when he attempted to strangle his 7-year-old son.
2 teen suspects in Ind. killing arrested in Ohio
Extradition proceedings will begin this week against two southern Indiana teenagers arrested in Ohio in connection with the beating death of a man in his remote Lawrence County home, according to authorities.
Money offer exposed in Indiana gay marriage fight
A former Republican Party chairman's pledge to provide campaign cash to protect House members who were considering voting against a constitutional gay marriage ban offers a rare look at the private power game that plays out on tough issues at the Statehouse.
Indiana braces for snow, ice from another storm
Indiana residents are bracing for yet another winter storm, this one forecast to deliver heavy snow and a wintry mix of sleet, snow and freezing rain.
- Reading, writing, retailing Cash hungry schools may start selling ads on the sides of buses to make up millions of dollars lost because of property tax caps. Legislation moving through the General Assembly would create a pilot program allowing a few districts to peddle the rights to place ads on buses.
Indiana House backs tougher penalties for gun crimes
The Indiana House has advanced a measure allowing judges to impose tougher sentences for anyone convicted of using a gun in a violent crime.
Panel approves welfare drug tests
An Indiana Senate panel has approved a requirement that some welfare recipients pass drug tests before they can receive benefits from the state.
Indiana’s bitter winter may linger into late March
Indiana residents hoping that last week’s mild spell could mean the state’s punishing winter will soon give way to early spring may be in for a big disappointment.
- Light rail, other amendments added to mass transit bill Four amendments were added to the mass transit bill in the Indiana House Thursday, including the addition of light rail as an option. If approved, differences between it and a Senate version will have to be ironed out in a conference committee.
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