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Lawsuit filed against MIE

Medical Informatics Engineering Inc., is being sued by a patient whose medical information was compromised.

Indiana

Pence against deregulation for engineers

An effort to eliminate licensing for engineers could be dead before it even got started.

Indiana

Senate approves highway spending bills

Both U.S. senators from Indiana voted in favor of House bill to extend federal transportation spending through Oct. 29.

State's Planned Parenthood clinics cleared of wrongdoing

The Indiana State Department of Health has cleared Indiana's three Planned Parenthood abortion clinics of any wrongdoing related to a national controversy.

Malaysian premier: plane debris to be sent to France

A sea-crusted wing part washed up on an island in the western Indian Ocean may be the first trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 since it vanished nearly a year and a half ago.

SHE Expo bringing style to Coliseum

Beauty consultant and author Andy Paige agrees with the concept that style is cyclical; that it casually rides the merry-go-round of eventuality in which what was stylish long ago will return if one w ...

Fed cautious about raising rates

WASHINGTON – The Federal Reserve appears to be on track to raise interest rates this year but signaled Wednesday that it wants to see signs of further economic gains and higher inflation before ...

DID the right thing

Funded largely by downtown business assessments and contributions from local government, DID employs a range of strategies to make the city vibrant and attractive.