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2018 Legislative Session

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Flu vaccine being administered

State health officials say Indiana's flu-related deaths rose to nearly 200 last week as the current severe flu season continued.

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A Van Buren Township Volunteer Fire Department engine driving with flashing lights.

Brown County could lose tens of thousands of dollars in grant money if it doesn’t resolve a legal battle with a volunteer fire department.

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Baby sleeping on the floor

MCCSC is opening a childcare center for kids five and under this fall. The program will accept up to 90 kids and registration begins in two weeks.

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A yard sign to promote Gary Public School Corporation at the district office.

The state-appointed manager of the Gary Community School Corporation told state officials a proposal to close two buildings is only the start of cutting costs.

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A screenshot of the new INDOT website, which includes the INDOT logo, a photo of a highway with the text

State officials have launched a new system intended to make it easier for Indiana motorists to report roadway problems such as potholes.

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Computer keyboard.

The CFPB has not responded to a letter of concerns from Democratic Senators about the pending status of an Equifax breach investigation.

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Former Congressmen Lee Hamilton (D-IN) and Richard Lugar (R-IN) speak to reporters.

Former Republican Sen. Richard Lugar and Democratic Rep. Lee Hamilton discussed civility, bipartisanship and citizen involvement at an event Thursday night.

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The Indiana state flag, blue with a gold torch and stars surrounding it.

A key retirement is announced, Democrats call for a special commission to investigate DCS, and legalized Sunday sales gets moved up.

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Brian Sparks has served as the UDWI CEO for about the last decade.

New allegations of the former UDWI CEO. Why some kids are ending up in the Department of Correction without having an attorney. Spencer's new LGBTQ center.

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Tippecanoe County Deputy Prosecutor Jason Biss presents existing overdose data to the review team.

Tippecanoe County is one of four in the state selected to start a data-collecting pilot program on drug overdose deaths.

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The Indiana Statehouse

Some committee members say the bill too radically changes plans lawmakers approved last session.

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A copy of the Glenco Health textbook

Opponents of the bill say it is inconsistent next to this session's anti-bullying legislation. They say this bill would ignore LGBTQ issues.

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