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A map of all the home countries of students and their families graces the bulletin board outside Clinton Young Elementary School ELL teacher Sarah Laptiste’s classroom. (Photo Credit: Rachel Morello/StateImpact Indiana)

In considering solutions for Indiana's teacher shortage, education leaders have said that attracting diverse teachers has to be part of the conversation.


Energy material

New research to develop an energy absorbing material could lead to safer helmets and could be ready for application within a few years.


Canopy of lights.

The Canopy of Lights is a Bloomington tradition dating back 30 years. Some of the work that goes into the project might surprise you.


best buy

A retail expert says Black Friday only accounts for about of 10 percent in overall holiday sales; the battle for the Old Oaken Bucket continues on Saturday.


Hoosiers Bucket

Fighting for the Bucket trophy has remained an annual tradition since 1925.


doctor's tools

There is a cure for Hepatitis C, but it can cost as much $100,000.


An aerial view of Eagle Butte Mine in Wyoming, owned by bankrupt Alpha Natural Resources.

As the dramatic fall of the coal industry rapidly advances, the massive task of cleaning up after our energy appetites remains.

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