The Midwest’s knickknacks, food and summer heat made an impression on Penny Marshall.
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NOBLESVILLE – They weren’t going to play the baseball games. Not here in Noblesville. Not three days after … that.
The three Republicans running for U.S. Senate in Indiana faced off Sunday night in the second debate of what has been called the nastiest GOP primary race in the nation, but this time most of the attacks were aimed at former state Rep. Mike Braun — an indication of his rising status in the race.
Why are we paying for a special session?
Here is an extensive story from the Indianapolis Star regarding the proposed Dale coal hydrogenation plant.
Emergency rooms in five Midwest states, including Indiana, saw visits for suspected opioid overdoses increase by nearly 70 percent from July 2016 to September 2017, according to a study released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The 2016 state report has the highest number of reported incidents since 2010. It includes 35 reported crimes targeting black people and 13 targeting people for their sexual orientation. Two crimes were reported as anti-white.
Vice President Mike Pence‘s fellow Republicans took a number of steps Thursday to undo his policies, just weeks after the former governor left Indiana for the White House.…
Indiana lawmakers approved three new laws regarding the sale of alcohol. Those laws take effect this Friday.