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The governor called FEMA's decision "arbitrary" and ''erroneous", saying it's "inconsistent" with the way the administration treats other states.


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Some Indiana school districts don't mandate teachers to hold conferences with parents from their classrooms.


Jon Kay

A century ago, making and selling oak rod baskets helped some southern Indiana farmers supplement their incomes. But today, the craft has all but disappeared.


State GOP lawmakers are striking back after a TV ad blamed the governor for the state's road issues.

The state Department of Transportation – and the Indiana Republican Party – are striking back at continued attacks over the current condition of Indiana’s roads


If successful, the lawsuit could seriously change the way hogs are raised in Indiana.

Residents of Danville, Indiana, along with the Hoosier Environmental Council, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against a large factory farm.



With needle exchanges being set up in different parts of the state, the amount of needle sharing is reportedly decreasing.



To start, researchers will study 7,200 student athletes from 12 universities, but that number could grow to nearly 37,000 students at 30 schools.

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