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NOBLESVILLE, Indiana - The Indiana State Excise Police says its officers arrested 62 people for marijuana- and alcohol-related charges during a concert at Klipsch Music Center northeast of Indianapolis Officer Brandon Thomas said Sunday that 11 juveniles, 37 minors, and 14 adults were arrested on 67 charges. Comment?
Indiana school districts that won voters' approval last week for the majority of the tax increases they had sought to boost school funding may be becoming more skilled at selling the public on the need for those tax hikes, say experts who've tracked Indiana's school referendums for several years. Comment?
Kenneth is survived by his wife, Donna J. Merten Franklin of Indianapolis, whom he married on Nov. Comment?
Indiana lawmakers are considering forgiving $12 million in loans that "failing" charter schools accepted from the state, as part of a broader package of state aid for charters. Comment?
Residents of a subdivision tell police they saw the SUV make a sharp turn into the pond and go under the water Saturday night. Comment?
A plan to expand mass transit in central Indiana faces a new roadblock after a Senate committee voted to delay the project at least a year, a move supported by a tea party group skeptical of the possible $1.3 billion cost to taxpayers. Comment?
The Indianapolis Star and Indianapolis Business Journal report the Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee voted 12-0 Tuesday to shift the legislation to a summer study committee. Comment?
She is survived by three children, Robert Morrison of Columbus, Richard Morrison of Noblesville and Paula Owen of Indianapolis; and six grandchildren. Comment?
Legislation that would expand mass transit in central Indiana could face roadblocks in the state Senate from leading Republicans who question the cost and scope of the proposed 10-year, $1.3 billion expansion. Comment?
Expanding mass transit in Indiana could help reduce the need for cars and allow for cleaner air, the Hoosier Environmental Council's senior policy director said Monday. Comment?
An unlicensed home day care in Carmel where an infant died last month has been shut down by the state. Comment?
Selected PGA Golf Professional of Year in 2011, Essig - co-owner of the firm that operates Hickory Stick Golf Club - will be enshrined in the PGA Golf Professional Hall of Fame next month. Comment?
More than 200 people are expected to attend meeting at the Statehouse to show their support for a public referendum on mass transit funding. Comment?
A judge in Indiana has appointed two psychiatrists to examine an Alabama man charged with fatally stabbing his 2-year-old son. Comment?
An ambulance transporting a dialysis patient has crashed in central Indiana, injuring three people and closing State Road 37 for about two hours. Comment?
A suburban Indianapolis man in the midst of a divorce and facing mounting debts allegedly offered a co-worker $15,000 to kill his estranged wife, telling him "I'm free" once she's dead, prosecutors allege. Comment?
The Indiana Department of Education announced recently it was recommending members of the group to the State Budget Committee to receive Excellence in Performance for Teachers grants. Comment?
Survivors include four children, Gordon Smith Jr. of Avon, Kevin Smith of South Carolina, Warren Smith of Noblesville and Angela Smith of Indianapolis; two siblings; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, George W. Smith; his mother, Allie M. Brinkman; a son, Brandon K. Smith; and a sister. Comment?
Police in suburban Indianapolis say they are investigating the death of a toddler after he sustained what appears to be a stab wound to the head. Comment?
Indiana state government could see a big drop in casino tax revenue over the next two years because of competition from new casinos in Ohio, state officials say. Comment?