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6 min ago | Journal and Courier
Driverless cars in Indiana? Some see it coming down the road Governor Mike Pence receives highway transportation report with an eye on futuristic travel Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1lWGQm4 Members of Gov. Mike Pence's panel on transportation needs stand for photos in the Statehouse after presenting their ... (more)
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1 hr ago | My FOX Chicago
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich, whose office is running the investigation into the shooting death Sunday of a Gary police officer, on Wednesday offered a $10,000 reward in the case.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence instructs all state agencies to proceed as though gay marriages were never performed in the state.
A judge in Colorado struck down the state's gay marriage ban Wednesday, ruling that the 2006 voter-approved ban violates the state and federal constitutions.
Indianapolis - Today Governor Mike Pence named four new deputy chiefs of staff in his executive office to better serve agencies and the public.
The sole survivor of a drowning incident last month on the Big Blue River is now at Riley Children's Hospital.
The marriages granted during the three-day period where same-sex marriage was legal in Indiana will not be recognized, according to the Governor's office.
The state of Indiana will not recognize the several hundred same-sex marriages that took place after a federal judge overturned Indiana's law, according to a memo issued by the chief counsel to Gov. Mike Pence.
A vigil takes place tonight to remember IMPD officer Perry Renn. Renn was shot and killed Saturday night.
Sources tell CBS 2 investigators are talking to people who were in contact with the suspected shooter the day officer Westerfield was killed.
INDIANAPOLIS Confusion about a new testing contract and continued power battles will highlight Wednesday's State Board of Education meeting.
Democratic Schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and Republican-appointed members of the State Board of Education are heading into another showdown over control of the state's education system.
Across the country, the backlash grows against standardized tests, with parents, educators, state officials and students proclaiming they've had enough.
State Auditor Suzanne Crouch will reveal the size of the state budget surplus on Friday when she discloses the final numbers for the fiscal year that ended June 30. Her Democratic opponent made an effort to beat her to the punch Tuesday.
"Every Hoosier feels the loss of these fallen officers and stands with their families and communities during this week of heartbreak."
In 2014, ideological battles are front and center in U.S. national politics. Revving up their base for the midterm elections, congressional Republicans are suing, investigating and denouncing full time.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 08:14 am
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