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- Former governor Bayh weighs decision to run again Party loyalists longing for a political savior to retake the governor’s office have been waiting on Evan Bayh ever since he abruptly decided to leave the U.S. Senate and political life three years ago. For now, it appears, they’ll just have to keep waiting.
Pilot killed in Indiana crash was developer VP
A pilot killed when a small plane crashed in an Indianapolis suburb has been identified as a top executive at a nationwide mall developer.
ACLU asks Holder about Indiana gay marriages
Attorneys on Friday asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to step in on behalf of hundreds of same-sex couples who were wed before a federal appeals court stayed an order striking down Indiana's gay marriage ban.
Court joins Indiana, Wisconsin gay marriage cases
A federal appeals court has combined Indiana and Wisconsin's gay marriage cases and put them on the fast track.
One dead, one hurt in central Indiana plane crash
A single-engine airplane lost power moments after taking off from a small central Indiana airport, struck two homes and crashed, killing the pilot and critically injuring a passenger, a fire chief said.
- Military to restore equipment program for fire departments An agreement has been reached to keep surplus military equipment rolling into rural fire department bays.
Indianapolis closing nightlife street on weekends
Indianapolis officials will close the main street through a nightlife district to motor vehicles on Friday and Saturday nights to reduce violence there.
Physician assistants’ licenses on probation
The state licenses of two former Anderson physician assistants were placed on probationary status Thursday after they acknowledged they used prescription pads pre-signed by their supervisor at the Madison County Community Health Center.
Public can vote for Indiana State Fair singers
The public now can vote for their favorite among 78 young singers from around Indiana who are vying to perform at the Indiana State Fair.
- Commission turns in ‘wish list’ for road, bridge work A panel of public and private officials is calling for $10 billion in projects to upgrade the state’s aging roads and bridges, but its members concede there’s no money to pay for it all.
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