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On this episode of Indiana Newsdesk…Hoosiers gather to pray as an Indiana family pleads with the Islamic State to release their son. Barbara Harrington reports on ISIS captive Abdul-Rahman Kassig.

Indiana is required to recognize the marriages of same-sex couples. But the discussion over gay rights is far from over. Will the legal fight continue? And does the Supreme Court’s decision do much to change the mind of many Hoosiers?

These stories plus the latest news headlines from across the state.

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