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Pence, lawmakers seeking way to clarify 'religious freedom' law

INDIANAPOLIS – Republican legislative leaders and Gov. Mike Pence huddled together Saturday to try to quell a rag ...

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Angie's List put expansion on hold

INDIANAPOLIS — The founder of Angie's List says the consumer review service is suspending its plans for a $40 mill ...

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Homestead rallies for state title

INDIANAPOLIS – Homestead made an amazing comeback and beat Evansville Reitz 91-90 in overtime on Saturday in the ...

$2.5 million OK'd to fix Auburn Road

The Allen County Board of Commissioners on Friday approved a $2.5 million contract to replace a bridge on Auburn Road over Becketts Run and to add a roundabout at the intersection of Auburn and Walle ...

Thailand vows forced labor fix

BANGKOK – Thailand’s junta leader has vowed to take legal action against companies using forced labor, after an Associated Press investigation revealed that fish caught by enslaved migran ...

WINNING BASKET

This year tell the Easter Bunny to hop to it and avoid those same old Easter basket ideas kids have been getting for decades. By filling your children’s baskets with personalized surprises, you ...

Dirig to move to new plant soon

Dirig Sheet Metal expects to move into its newly renovated headquarters at 918 Cook Road in the next few weeks.  The company is investing more than $2 million to buy and renovate the former Olde ...

Sneeze would have altered civil rights history

Izola Ware Curry, a 98-year-old woman long forgotten by history, died recently in a nursing home in New York. She had been overcome by mental illness in her 40s and lived the rest of her life in inst ...