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- Munster pastor hopes for better days in Ukrainian homeland The Rev. Yaroslav Mendyuk keeps a close eye on news from Ukraine and knows all too well of the struggles of those fighting for peace there.
Indiana Wesleyan measure stirs religion debate
A measure designed to restore Indiana Wesleyan University's workforce training contract with the state unexpectedly raised debate about religious discrimination Monday in the General Assembly.
2 workers shocked after contact with power line
Authorities say two contractors working for Duke Energy were seriously injured after coming into contact with a high-voltage power line near Bloomington.
Indianapolis police arrest 4 in quadruple homicide
Indianapolis police have arrested four people in connection with the fatal shootings of two men and two women during a drug-related robbery, authorities said Monday.
Indiana House looks to restore business tax cut
A panel of Indiana House lawmakers is set to consider a series of amendments that would overhaul the Senate-approved plan for cutting the state's property tax on business equipment.
Indiana Air Guard chaplain receives Purple Heart
A chaplain now with the Indiana Air National Guard has received a Purple Heart after being wounded in a rocket attack during an Army deployment to Afghanistan nearly three years ago.
Cancer rates in Blackford County raise alarm
Four natives of Hartford City want to know why Blackford County has so many residents dying of cancer.
- Maureen Hayden: Zoeller relishes role as state's defender Supporters of same-sex marriage hailed Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring when he announced that he wouldn’t defend his state’s prohibition against gay marriage. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller calls Herring’s decision a “dereliction of duty.”
- 2 siblings die from fire injuries in Indianapolis; 6 total Two young children died Sunday from injuries they sustained in a house fire that killed two of their siblings and their parents, an Indianapolis Fire Department spokeswoman said.
After short break, winter returns to central US
After a brief respite of sunshine, winter returned to much of the nation's midsection on Thursday, bringing a chilly mix of rain, sleet and snow, and at least one tornado.
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