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Feds: Child porn ring hidden for years; Anderson man among 11 charged
Investigators have busted an international child pornography ring that remained undetected for 12 years by using data encryption technology that one federal prosecutor said Thursday was the best he’d seen in more than 20 years on the job.
Pence asks Sebelius for meeting on health care
Gov. Mike Pence has requested a meeting with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to discuss issues that may be blocking a federal approval of using the state's health savings accounts to expand Medicaid coverage in Indiana, his office said Tuesday.
NWS: At least 26 tornadoes hit Indiana on Sunday
The National Weather Service says at least 26 tornadoes touched down Sunday in Indiana, making it the second-biggest tornado outbreak in state history.
No criminal charges in Indy church bus crash
The driver of an Indianapolis church bus that crashed, killing three passengers, will not face criminal charges, a prosecutor said Monday.
Residents assess damage from severe outbreak
Shaken Indiana residents are salvaging belongings from damaged homes following severe storms and suspected tornadoes that injured dozens of people.
Storms devastate old Irvington post office in Indy
An iconic building that has stood on the corner in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood for more than a century has been heavily damaged by strong storms.
Tornadoes, damaging storms sweep across Midwest
Dozens of tornadoes and intense thunderstorms swept across the Midwest on Sunday, leaving at least six people dead and unleashing powerful winds that flattened entire neighborhoods, flipped over cars and uprooted trees.
Kokomo declares state of emergency after storm hits hard
Kokomo Police are asking residents to stay home and off the streets after city officials declared a state of emergency in the wake of severe storms.
At least 4 reported injured from Indiana storms
At least four people are reported injured from the severe thunderstorms that have swept across Indiana.
12 Indiana counties report tornadoes or damage
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is warning Hoosiers to take cover from a dangerous line of thunderstorms packing tornadoes.
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