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The over-the-phone screening tests hearing in both ears.
The House Ethics Committee will vote next week on whether it thinks Rep. Eric Turner violated its conflict of interest rules.
Ivy Tech officials say a tuition hike will help the statewide community college system make investments in areas such as more faculty and better equipment.
Tuesday’s testimony revolved around Patrick Baker’s attempts to defend John Myers in his 2006 murder trial.
The bill would loosen the income requirements for families seeking vouchers to send their children to private schools.
Indiana legislators discussed Wednesday whether the state should place tighter restraints on the use of seclusion rooms for special needs children.
Tompkins says he and Durham discussed the possibility of a conviction before the actual verdict so Durham was somewhat prepared.
Potential jurors were asked initially how much they knew about the case from media reports, and those who knew the least made it through the first round.
During arguments Monday, IBM tried to convince the court to force Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels to testify in a case involving a state contract.