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bomb at Jefferson Proving Ground

The Jefferson Proving Ground serves as a national wildlife refuge, but also contains unexploded bombs and depleted uranium.

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Austin, Ind.

The needle-exchange program approved in Scott County has seen 175 visitors, collected an estimated 15,964 needles, and provided 20,279 needles.

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Indianapolis skyline

The Visioning Project will gather thought leaders from around the state – along with input from Hoosiers – to help steer the course of Indiana’s next 50 years.

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John Myers II appealed on the grounds that his lawyers were ineffective.

The Indiana Court of Appeals is denying a request for appeal by the man convicted of killing Indiana University student Jill Behrman.

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Ivy Tech

Ivy Tech Community College was the only institution that didn’t receive funding for projects in the recently passed state budget.

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century-old church

The man convicted of killing IU student Jill Behrman is out of chances to appeal; a final effort to save a century-old church. Read more in our morning roundup.

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left lane passing

The act allows police to issue a $500 ticket to left lane drivers who are going the speed limit and reasonably know a car behind them is trying to pass.

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Indiana has 14 ethanol plants throughout the state.

The Environmental Protection Agency sets standards on how much ethanol must be blended into gasoline.

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Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis

ISTEP, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, and redistricting are among more than 40 topics assigned to legislative study committees this summer.

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Joe Donnelly

Donnelly and Florida‘s Bill Nelson were the only Democrats to support a two-month extension of the law that allows the NSA to collect data in bulk.

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gay flag

Republican leaders admitted the controversy surrounding RFRA fast-forwarded the debate around adding LGBT protections to the state’s civil rights statute.

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