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Water now, water forever: Hoosiers deserve a clear water policy

Humans fight wars over oil, diamonds and gold. All of these commodities carry monetary value, but none are a basic requirement for life. Imagine...

Hoosiers invited to take survey to help shape federal climate grant

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is inviting Hoosiers to give their feedback on how the state could spend federal grant money intended to improve Indiana’s air quality.

Bob Knight, legendary IU coach, dead at 83

Bob Knight, the legendary Indiana University men's basketball coach who won three national championships and retired as the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division...

Volunteers needed to feed hungry Hoosiers during 13th annual Million Meal Marathon

Community organizations, families and individuals are invited to hand package the organization’s nutritious rice casserole for Indiana’s hungry. The Million Meal Marathon unites the community...

Bosma Visionary raises awareness, funds through fundraiser gala

Bosma Visionary Opportunities Foundation is gearing up for its signature event to support Hoosiers who are blind or visually impaired. Tammy Butler Robinson, chief...

Hoosiers respond to Capitol building attack

Editor's Note: This story has been updated from its previous version. As a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building in...

Consul General of Canada to present ‘Canada: Why Hoosiers Should Care’ at Ivy Tech

Ivy Tech Community College is hosting a free event with Consul General of Canada Roy B. Norton Oct. 21. The event, which is open...

Hoosiers select the final four Super 46 Sandwiches

The final four sandwiches in Indiana Office Tourism Development's Super 46 Sandwich promotion have been determined with two of the final four sandwiches' restaurants...

Voting? Don’t forget photo ID

Indiana Secretary of State's Office is reminding Hoosiers voting in the Nov. 8 Municipal Election to bring a photo ID with them to the...

Black Hoosiers exploring their roots

Once barely more than a pipe dream for three Indianapolis community leaders – Rev. Andrew J. Brown, Jim C. Cummings Jr., and Williard “Mike”...
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