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Sunday alcohol sales coming to Indiana after Legislature’s OK

By AILEEN CHUANG Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s decades old ban on selling carryout alcohol on Sundays will soon be history after the Legislature signed...

Alabama Senate race gives GOP voters an uncomfortable choice

By KIM CHANDLER Associated Press HOMEWOOD, Ala. (AP) — With two weeks to go until the Alabama election for U.S. Senate, Kathie Luckie of Hoover said...

IU students raise $4.2M in dance marathon

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Indiana University students have raised roughly $4.2 million for an Indianapolis children’s hospital during an annual 36-hour dance marathon. The Indianapolis...

ISU has  its 12th president

By SUE LOUGHLIN (Terre Haute) Tribune-Star Deborah Curtis, installed Friday as Indiana State University’s 12th president, praised the university’s many partners and spoke of continued cooperative efforts...

Shift from growing flowers to marijuana makes town stink

By AMY TAXIN Associated Press CARPINTERIA, Calif. (AP) — This picturesque coastal town cradled by mountains and sandy shores is a scene out of a...

Facebook sending Cambridge Analytica data notices today

By BARBARA ORTUTAY AP Technology Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Get ready to find out if your Facebook data has been swept up in the Cambridge...

Six more weeks of winter — or so the rodent says

The handlers of Punxsutawney Phil said the furry rodent has called for six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow ...

Anti-abortion group gets OK to open near possible clinic

Eds: APNewsNow. SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A city council in northern Indiana has voted to allow an anti-abortion prenatal care group to open a...

Plans would turn part of mall into school for veterans

By SPENCER DURHAM (Marion) Chronicle-Tribune Something new and unique could occupy Five Points Mall, and possibly in just six months’ time. Plans are in the works to bring...

Keep pesticide drift to a minimum

By JOE IKLEY and BILL JOHNSON Purdue University Every year we get several cases of herbicide drift from burndown applications on homeowner trees, shrubs, flowers, and...