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Pence wants immigrant children taken out of state
Gov. Mike Pence is asking that more than 200 immigrant children placed in Indiana be deported and chiding President Barack Obama for not alerting him of the placements.
- Indiana BMV asks court to delay vanity plate sales The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has asked the state Supreme Court for permission to continue its suspension on sales of vanity plates until a court case is settled.
Staff drafts plan for George Rogers Clark memorial
The staff at a southwestern Indiana memorial that pays homage to Revolutionary War hero George Rogers Clark is drafting a plan that will drive repairs at the monument for decades to come.
Supreme Court observers predict ‘wide open’ process of choosing next chief
State Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Dickson surprised observers in June when he decided to step down after a brief tenure in the leadership post.
Louisiana attorney joins in appeal of Ind. marriage case
Louisiana's attorney general has joined his counterparts in eight other states in supporting an appeal of a ruling that found Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
After teen pilot's crash, how young is too young?
The deadly crash of a teenager on an around-the-world flight brought new attention to the dangers of record-setting youth adventures, and questions about how young is too young to fly a plane.
Feds plan review of FSSA over Medicaid backlog
Federal officials are reviewing Indiana's procedures for enrolling residents in Medicaid after finding the state had 80,000 low-income residents awaiting approval in May.
Ex-Indy officer appeals convictions in fatal crash
A former Indianapolis police officer filed an appeal Wednesday challenging his convictions for killing one motorcyclist and seriously injuring two others while driving drunk in his police cruiser.
- Appeals Court: Pendleton prison worker harassed Indiana's prison agency forced a former female employee to work in a hostile environment at the Pendleton Correctional Facility, a federal appeals court in Chicago has ruled.
Lowe's plans 1,000-worker Indianapolis call center
Home-improvement retailer Lowe's decided to put a new call center with hundreds of jobs in Indianapolis in part because of the helpfulness it found among Indiana workers, an executive said Tuesday.
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