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This week on Noon Edition we spoke with a representative of the American Red Cross as well as two women displaced by Hurricane Katrina.

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The Indiana ACLU has filed a lawsuit at the District Court in Indianapolis claiming ballot selfies are protected political speech.

The ACLU of Indiana is suing the state on behalf of its members, claiming Indiana's ballot selfie law violates First Amendment free speech rights.

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Some of Indianaâs oldest and most fragile records are set to be digitized and posted online.

Some of Indiana’s oldest and most fragile records are set to be digitized and posted online.

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Blue Indy, the multi-million dollar electric and hybrid ride-sharing program starts next week.

The City of Indianapolis is prepping for the official September kickoff of Blue Indy.

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A refinery in Whiting, Indiana that partially shut down earlier this month is back up and running, which could mean lower fuel prices are to come.

Gas prices in Indiana may finally be ready to fall again.

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