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Detective Sgt. Dana Cole with Bloomington police says the students paid for their own flights, but arrived last week at a Las Vegas hotel and learned that no reservations had been made for them.

The state budget committee has signed off on a list of school financial risk indicators – meaning schools now know which factors the state plans to monitor in order to track each corporation’s fiscal health.

A study committee tasked with exploring issues at the Department of Child Services pulled back from recommendations that would have guaranteed foster parents a voice in court.

The Indiana Department of Insurance says the lower rates are made possible by a drop in the number of workplace injuries. And it says the growing labor force is creating a larger pool for premiums.

Democrats haven’t won the race for Secretary of State since 1990. Jim Harper hopes to change that this year as he faces incumbent Republican Connie Lawson and Libertarian Mark Rutherford.

On Oct. 17, 1861, Peter Thomas Matthews wrote in his diary about finding persimmons and drilling with his Union Army regiment.

The center provides bioinformatics consulting, education and outreach programs on genome analysis, as well as long-term archival storage for genome biologists. 

Over the past few decades tornadoes have been shifting — decreasing in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas but spinning up more in states along the Mississippi River and farther east, a new study shows.

Eric Franklin Rosser is the first-ever child pornography suspect named to the FBI's Most Wanted list.

Lime scooters in particular are advertised as an environmentally-friendly alternative to cars. When used as a substitute for walking or biking, however, they actually increase your carbon footprint.

The city is partnering with Columbus to spur economic development, the mayor signed the memorandum of understanding on the convention center expansion and the scooters are here to stay.

Officials say there’s not a solid answer yet as to how wide an On My Way Pre-K expansion could be, whether it will extend to more counties or become a totally statewide program.

Indiana University is removing mold in McNutt and Foster residence halls on the Bloomington campus.

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