Indiana News

Duke Energy solar power plant now online

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Duke Energy Indiana has started sending solar-generated power to its customers from its first large-scale solar power plant.Read more

What’s behind Indiana’s increase in child abuse reports?

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The number of Hoosier child abuse and neglect cases has risen consistently since 2011, according the Indiana Youth Institute’s annual KIDS COUNT in Indiana Data Book.Read more

Kids Count survey: 1 in 5 Hoosier high school students 'seriously considered' suicide

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The Indiana Youth Institute's annual "Kids Count" study is officially out, showing us some of the problems Indiana kids are facing.Read more

President Trump's choice to be Navy secretary, Zionsville's Philip Bilden, withdraws 

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President Donald Trump's choice to be secretary of the Navy, businessman Philip Bilden, said Sunday he was withdrawing from consideration for the post.Read more


Excise police seize counterfeit Items from Borden gas station

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State Excise Police officers seized over 1200 counterfeit cell phone accessories from a Borden gas station Saturday evening. Read more

Indiana families living in toxic homes due to enforcement breakdown

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Soon after Jenny and James Boggs moved in with their five young children, Jenny began getting terrible headaches. James and the kids developed serious breathing problems – sometimes requiring extended treatment at Columbus Regional Hospital. They also developed rashes and skin problems.Read more

Wrong statements by lawmaker on solar energy stir backlash

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The third-ranking state Senate Republican wrongly said that an Indiana financial incentive for installing solar panels would disappear unless lawmakers supported his bill to revamp it.Read more

Indianapolis airport considers updating 9-year-old terminal

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The Indianapolis International Airport is in the planning stages of an effort to update its passenger terminal and campus.Read more

Aurora man killed in Dearborn County crash on US 50

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A crash involving two cars on US 50 in Dillsboro Saturday morning resulted in the death of one of the driver's, Walter Vinson, 62. of Aurora .Read more

Ball State hopes to make campus more bicycle friendly

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Ball State University has plans to make its campus friendlier to bicyclists.Read more


Indiana's Aguilera excited over new DNC Chair Perez

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John Aguilera is a former State Representative and past chair of the Indiana Latino Democratic Caucus, and he's excited with his party's choice of its first Latino National Chair.Read more

Group considers plans for grant to combat infant mortality

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Mental Health America of Lake County is considering how it plans to use the Safety PIN, or Protecting Indiana's Newborns, grant.Read more