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U.S. attorney battles public corruption
U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett has raised his profile by ramping up prosecutions of gang members and corrupt politicians, arguing that both undermine the public’s sense of safety, since he became top federal prosecutor in a district that covers two-thirds of the state.
- Sen. Coats ends up in wrong meeting School kids and business people who start with a new company often worry about showing up in the wrong classroom or meeting. It can happen to a veteran U.S. senator, too.
Pence: Indiana to expand I-65 with new road funds
Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday announced plans to use $200 million in newly released funds to expand sections of Interstate 65, and a transportation department spokesman said project could reduced travel time for some commuters in the Indianapolis area.
Heavy rains lead to several Indiana rescues
A day of heavy rains left highways and other roads closed across parts of Indiana on Thursday, necessitating the rescues of several motorists.
- Ball State down to 5 presidential finalists The head of Ball State University's presidential search committee says it plans to interview five finalists seeking to become the school's new leader.
- Alzheimer's patient found dead in Indiana pond Police say a woman with Alzheimer's disease apparently drowned in a southeastern Indiana farm pond after she wandered from her home.
Suspects in Indianapolis store shooting in court
Two Indianapolis teenagers were charged with murder Wednesday in the fatal shooting of a man who police said attempted to stop them from shoplifting.
- INDOT seeks proposals to privatize Amtrak route The Indiana Department of Transportation is seeking bids from companies interested in operating train service run by Amtrak between Chicago and Indianapolis.
Metzner charged with 17 felonies
The owner of an Anderson dental center and three dentists were among nine people charged in an alleged Medicaid fraud scheme, the Indiana Attorney General's Office said Wednesday.
Forecasters warn of bad weather Thursday
Forecasters say residents of the Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee valleys should be on alert for severe weather and be prepared to take shelter if it approaches.
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