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1 dead after northern Indiana stabbing, 2 others injured
Police say a 19-year-old northern Indiana man has died following a stabbing and two other people have been injured .
Indy downtown promoters to pay busted youth group
A nonprofit that promotes downtown Indianapolis has apologized to a youth group whose hot cocoa and cookie sale was shut down in a sweep of unauthorized food vendors.
Indiana GOP leaders ready to scrap Common Core
The Republican leaders of the General Assembly want Indiana to scrap the Common Core education standards and have the state adopt its own guidelines to prepare students for college and careers, a report Sunday said.
- 1 dies in shooting involving police in S. Ind. Authorities say a man was fatally shot after sheriff's deputies tried to take him into custody on an arrest warrant at a southern Indiana home.
- Food stamp cut boosts visitors to Indiana food banks Some of Indiana's food banks and pantries are seeing more people lining up for meals or baskets of food in response to a drop in federal food stamp benefits.
Pizza Hut manager fired over Thanksgiving dispute
Pizza Hut has offered to rehire the manager of a northern Indiana restaurant who was fired over his refusal to open up on Thanksgiving Day.
Couple whose home destroyed returns to Indianapolis subdivision
The next-door neighbors of the couple killed in an explosion that ravaged an Indianapolis neighborhood last year say it was important that they could move back to their rebuilt home before the holidays.
Vectren plans replacing 1,000 miles of Ind. pipes
Vectren Corp. has proposed replacing more than 1,000 miles of aging, underground natural gas lines across much of Indiana in a project costing some $865 million.
Knightstown police chief shot with Taser raises $800 cash
A police chief of a small eastern Indiana who was shot by a stun gun at a fundraising event to buy a new squad car says he raised $800.79 in cash and received a $25,000 pledge from a Texas company.
Ex-prosecutor Wyser gets probation for accepting bribe
A former Marion County chief deputy prosecutor who pleaded guilty to accepting a bribe that allowed a woman who was convicted of murdering her husband to get out of prison early was sentenced Monday to six months of house arrest and three years of probation.
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