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Indianapolis officials have passed an ordinance meant to offer new protections and assistance to the city's homeless
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Federal authorities say a former Indianapolis city official has been sentenced after being found guilty of accepting bribes and kickbacks while overseeing a city program that sells vacant and tax-delinquent properties
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ALEXANDRIA, Ind. (AP) — There’s nothing more small-town Indiana than a summer festival where the smell of corn dogs and elephant

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Cancer patients relieve stress, pass time thanks to Goshen woman's handmade coloring books for adults
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Indiana State Museum officials are set to unveil what they say is a previously unknown artifact from Abraham Lincoln's time growing up in Indiana
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Two more parents have joined a federal lawsuit challenging a northern Indiana school district using a live Nativity scene as part of its annual Christmas show
Health Overhaul Uninsured
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Eight states saw a significant drop last year in the number of residents going without health insurance
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The Indiana Fever signed free agents Jeanette Pohlen and Erica Wheeler to training camp contracts Monday
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An Indianapolis police report says the driver of a school bus that struck and killed a principal last month got out of the driver's seat without putting on the parking brake
Attorney General Policing
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APNewsBreak: Attorney General Loretta Lynch tells The Associated Press that she's visiting six communities in coming months to highlight police departments that can serve as role models for other agencies
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A former South Bend police officer accused of punching a handcuffed man in the face has pleaded guilty to violating the man's civil rights
Indianapolis Coach Charged
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A prosecutor says a former Indianapolis boys high school basketball coach who's charged with trying to entice a 15-year-old female student into a sexual relationship told other students that he would turn his head if someone were to "mess her up."
Posted on Feb. 8, 2016 at 3:37 p.m.
Animal health officials monitoring a bird flu outbreak in southwestern Indiana say most restrictions on poultry in that region will be lifted in two weeks if no additional cases are found

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