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Trump campaign has issue with Rokita’s yard signs

By BRIAN SLODYSKO Associated Press BROWNSBURG, Ind. (AP) — Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has demanded that Rep. Todd Rokita take down yard signs it says give...

Noblesville’s city parks now have lightning detectors

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana city hopes to keep visitors to its parks safe from lightning strikes with a system that detects...

Pre-K program for low-income families expands

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Indiana’s pre-K program is expanding to 20 counties across the state thanks to a $22 million expansion lawmakers passed...

Anxiety grows for Trump after raid on lawyer’s office

By JONATHAN LEMIRE and CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and his allies have hit a new level of anxiety after the raid...

Inmate: Bodies stacked in ’woodpile’ after prison riot

By MEG KINNARD Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — As the hours dragged on during a riot at a South Carolina prison, bodies piled up on...

State extends registration for winter assistance

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The state is extending the application date for its 2017-18 Winter Assistance Program for low-income Hoosiers another two weeks to June...

Indiana launches investment fund to help entrepreneurs

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A new Indiana investment fund aims to support entrepreneurship, launch careers and help the next generation of commerce. The $250 million Next...

Soybean management planning for a cold spring

By LAUREN QUINN University of Illinois URBANA, Ill. – Given the persistence of cold and wet conditions into early April, it is clear spring of 2018...

Planting in May may be better for this year’s corn crop

University of Nebraska LINCOLN, Neb. — Mid-April approaches and days slowly grow longer. But, irrespective of the calendar, soil temperatures remain cold and seven-day lows...

Patients, doctors concerned about Indiana opioid limits

NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — Some patients and doctors in Indiana are worried that increased restrictions imposed in response to the national opioid epidemic...