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Hundreds of Hoosiers, inspired by former Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, traveled to D.C. to watch him take office.

Here's what Hoosiers have to say about attending Inaugural events in Washington, D.C. on Friday.

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Pence sign pic

City workers began measuring Thursday for the placement of the signs.

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A meth hazard sign.

The Indiana State Police attribute the decline, in part, to imported synthetic meth.

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WFIU and WTIU will provide comprehensive inauguration coverage from PBS and NPR.

Comprehensive coverage of Friday's Presidential Inauguration with live video streaming and analysis from PBS and real-time annotations from NPR.

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A look back at President Barack Obama's visits to Indiana since taking office.

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Mike Pence has spent nearly two decades in politics.

Pence began his political career in Indiana nearly two decades ago.

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New Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb delivers his first State of the State address on Jan. 17, 2017. In his address, Holcomb outlined five goals for his administration including road funding and preschool.

Bloomington’s comprehensive development plan, the governor's first state of the state address and we tour an exhibit on the state’s tattooing legacy.

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New Indiana Senator Todd Young questioned Trump's pick for Health and Human Services Secretary about the Affordable Care Act.

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The merger between the two healthcare giants originally had a deadline of January 31.

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I-69 Section 5

The letter says the Indiana Finance Authority, Isolux Corsan, and I-69 Development Partners are negotiating to come up with a "Memorandum of Understanding."

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A sign from the Environmental Protection agency warns residents not to play in the soil, which is contaminated with lead and arsenic.

The City of East Chicago informed residents last week that the Pence administration denied the request for an emergency declaration.

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Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Rucker discusses his pending retirement.

Rucker was the first black man appointed to Indiana’s Supreme Court and is the last Democratic appointee.

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Many people suffereing from addiction use HIP 2.0 to pay for medications such as Suboxone, which helps control cravings for opioids.

Scrapping the Affordable Care Act puts health coverage in question for roughly 11 million Americans, including 250,000 Hoosiers on the Healthy Indiana Plan.

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The WFIU/WTIU news team is looking for photos, videos and voice memos about Hoosiers' experiences on inauguration day.

Send photos, videos and voice memos about your experience at the Presidential Inauguration to the WFIU/WTIU news team.

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