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State urges Hoosiers to be wary of ticks, diseases
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State health officials are cautioning Indiana residents to protect themselves from disease-carrying ticks now that the outdoors season is in full swing.
Source unknown for Indianapolis oil product leak
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Officials say they're trying to determine the source of a petroleum product leak in Indianapolis that they believe has come from an underground pipeline.
Pence set to sign Indiana voucher expansion bill
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is ready to sign into law an expansion of the state's private school voucher program.
Subaru invests $400 million in Indiana plant
TOKYO (AP) — Subaru said Wednesday it is investing $400 million to expand its Indiana factory and will add 900 workers to build the Impreza small car there in 2016.
Work stalls on rebuilding burned music hall
NASHVILLE, Ind. (AP) — No construction has started at a southern Indiana concert hall destroyed in a 2009 fire even though a sign there suggests a 2013 reopening.
Indiana's honey bee colonies see 30 percent drop
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) — Indiana's honey bee populations are taking a hit from a mysterious disorder that's devastating bee colonies across the nation.
Pence set to approve Indiana school safety grants
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is backing plans for a state grant program to help school districts hire police officers and buy safety equipment.
Logjam being removed from Lafayette-area bridge
LAFAYETTE (AP) — A crew has started working to clear a massive logjam caused by flooding last month that damaged a county bridge near Lafayette.
Man shot after chase to Evansville Walmart store
EVANSVILLE (AP) — Police say a man was shot near the entrance of a Walmart store in Evansville while he was apparently trying to escape from men who had chased his car to the store.
IU police stop thefts of fountain's bronze fish
BLOOMINGTON (AP) — Indiana University police foiled two attempts over the weekend to steal large bronze fish from the Showalter Fountain sculpture on the Bloomington campus.
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