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- 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.
Indiana driver, passenger killed in SW Ohio crash
State troopers say an Indiana man and his passenger were killed and two more drivers were hurt in a three-vehicle crash in southwest Ohio.
Accident kills director of SW Indiana youth camp
A tree-clearing accident has killed the director of a southwestern Indiana Christian youth camp.
Carmel ordinance targets detouring semitrailers
The city of Carmel has banned semitrailers from some of its streets after the big rigs began using them to get around a closed section of U.S. 31 north of Indianapolis.
Governor visits with 4-H'ers at county fair
Gov. Mike Pence stopped by the Madison County 4-H Fair on Monday afternoon to visit with the children and parents who put so much effort into the fair and the fairgoers who make the fair worthwhile.
Indianapolis man charged after wife found dead
Indianapolis police say a man has been charged with murder in the death of his wife.
Man dies after being thrown from boat into Ohio River
Authorities say a man has died after being thrown from a boat into the Ohio River near New Albany.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway mourns death of Garner
The death of three-time Indianapolis 500 pace car driver James Garner is rippling through the motor racing community.
- Work underway to restore ISU's Normal Hall The sounds of heavy equipment, impact drills and even a large wrecking ball are evidence of a renovation underway at Normal Hall, Indiana State University's oldest academic building.
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