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Cities across southern Indiana are hosting firework displays to celebrate the July 4.

Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson offers three safety tips for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

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Tick

The University of Rhode Island TickEncounter Resource Center's index says the risk for ticks, specifically American dog ticks, in the region is high.

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Police officers from several stations throughout the state have been carrying Narcan while theyâre on duty.

Police officers from several stations throughout the state are equipped an opioid antidote following a law passed last year.

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Fireworks

Millions of drivers will be hitting the roads this weekend, and fireworks will be lighting up skies around the state. Read more in our morning roundup.

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Seth Elgar says potato salad, pasta salad, coleslaw and starches should not sit out longer than four hours.

Local chefs share summer food safety tips to keep in mind during summer cook-outs.

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Indiana Route 30

The law is designed to target drivers who hold up traffic in the left lane, and violators could face a hefty fine.

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Nugent and kids playing

An Indiana mother wants the state to strengthen its meth disclosure laws.

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The State Board of Education approved Wednesday a dual language immersion pilot program for schools.

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Five years ago, the General Assembly created a school choice program to help low-income students get out of failing schools. Today, more middle class families and students who never attended public schools are using the vouchers. (Photo Credit: Claire McInerny/StateImpact Indiana)

The school choice program created five years ago to help low-income students get out of failing schools now looks dramatically different.

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Church

A new law says some sex offenders cannot enter school property. A lawsuit alleges that means offenders can’t attend services if the church is next to a school.

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Indianapolis and the White River

Public relations firm Porter Novelli was contracted earlier this year to bolster the state's image after national controversy surrounding RFRA erupted .

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An estimated 1,002,655 Hoosiers will travel 50 miles or more from home over Fourth of July weekend.

More than a million Indiana residents will travel 50 miles or more from home over Fourth of July weekend.

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