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Large Indianapolis building fire still smoldering
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Firefighters remain at the scene of a smoldering blaze at an Indianapolis recycling facility two days after a huge tower of billowing black smoke over the city.
State warns people to be alert at fairs, festivals
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and state police are reminding state residents to be alert for safety concerns when attending county fairs and other local festivals.
Power outages remain in Indiana following storm
CROWN POINT (AP) — Several thousand homes and business in northern Indiana remained without power hours after a large storm front swept across the state.
Storm blows off some roofs in northern Indiana
MISHAWAKA (AP) — The roofs were blown off some buildings in northern Indiana as a storm with winds sometimes topping 60 mph swept through the state.
Police seize bald eagle from Indiana man
GREENCASTLE (AP) — Police say officers seized a bald eagle from a western Indiana man who was keeping it inside a cage at his apartment.
Officials seize 375 rabbits from Indianapolis home
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Animal control officers have seized nearly 400 rabbits from a home on the south side of Indianapolis.
Troubled Indiana gasification plant begins operation
EDWARDSPORT, Ind. (AP) — A new coal-gasification power plant in southern Indiana that's been hounded by cost overruns and ethical scandals has started commercial operation, Duke Energy said Monday.
IUPUI offering class on comic books' impact
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will offer a course on comic books and graphic fiction this summer.
Central Indiana troop loses sponsor over gay youth vote
WHITELAND (AP) — A central Indiana Boy Scouts troop has lost its church sponsorship following the organization's national decision to allow the participation of openly gay youths.
Indiana schools chief to discuss ISTEP troubles
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's state schools superintendent is expected to discuss her next steps in reviewing results from the ISTEP exam after computer troubles disrupted test-taking by thousands of students across the state this spring.
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