INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's cities and towns wouldn't be allowed to put their own restrictions on companies such as Airbnb under a proposal state lawmakers are considering as they wade into the parochial matters of property rights and zoning...
3/19/2017
CHICAGO — A Chicago police sergeant who helped give the department's battered public image a lift by raising money for three little girls found in a filthy, unheated abandoned building last year is now the subject of a department probe…
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3/19/2017
After a decade of challenges, a state agency in northwest Indiana is thriving and helping other areas in the state pool resources for regional projects that need a boost.
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3/18/2017
The Vigo County Traffic Safety Partnership is working with more than 250 state and local law enforcement agencies to increase education and enforcement around dangerous and impaired driving.
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3/17/2017
Officials in Fort Wayne have agreed to stop demolition of a building that once was used by the city's police department as a landmarks group tries to determine if it can buy the property or find a developer.
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3/17/2017
An Indiana municipal utility is apologizing for a clerical error that led to about 2,000 customers improperly getting past-due notices and warnings that they face being disconnected.
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3/17/2017
By WILL GRAVES and EDDIE PELLS AP Sports Writers Steve Penny has resigned as president of USA Gymnastics following intensified pressure on the organization for its handling of sex abuse cases.
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3/16/2017
Statehouse Democrats are calling on Indiana's congressional delegation to defend former Gov. Mike Pence's expansion of the state's Medicaid program from proposed GOP cuts backed by President Donald Trump.
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3/16/2017
Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma says a hate crimes bill will "probably not" be revived in the House this session, despite calls from advocates for Indiana to take action.
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3/16/2017
DELPHI, Ind. — Changes are in the works for a northern Indiana city's trails system following the deaths of two teenage girls slain while hiking along one of those trails.
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3/14/2017
INDIANAPOLIS — A recently released report on Indiana youth shows homelessness and poverty have dropped statewide, but other problems persist, including rising infant mortality rates.
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2/28/2017