INDIANAPOLIS – Roundabouts are becoming more common at Indiana intersections, but there is still a question about whether residents know how to navigate them.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Thousands of women and their advocates flooded the west side plaza of the Indiana Statehouse on Saturday to send a message to state and national leaders: We’re still here.

As significant snowfall makes its first appearance of the season, fleets of municipal and state trucks have begun spraying thousands of tons of salt on roads and streets across Indiana to make them safer for travel.

PLAINFIELD — Local wine lovers now have the chance to own their own winery.

INDIANAPOLIS — The future of a controversial standardized test for public school students is back in the hands of lawmakers.

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s Kathryn Gilbert conducted research into childhood obesity in her hometown of Sullivan.Under the direction of primary care physician Matthew DuPre, Gilbert

s research aimed to tie together combating childhood obesity with he

Ivy Tech Foundation established The Women

s Philanthropy Circle to create resources and raise funds to diminish barriers to higher education for Ivy Tech Community College students. The initiative has statewide and regional reach, with a focus on pos

BATESVILLE – "Diabetes, Alzheimer's and the Brain Connection" was the intriguing topic at the recent Diabetes Awareness Dinner planned by Margaret Mary Health.

Indiana Lt. Gov. and Gov.-elect Eric Holcomb will lead an Indiana delegation to the United Kingdom this week, marking his first international jobs and economic development trade mission. The U.K. is Indiana's largest European investor and second-largest global investor following Japan.

INDIANAPOLIS - Republicans in Congress and President-elect Donald Trump have promised swift work to undo laws and orders written during the Obama administration, starting with the Affordable Care Act.

When Sherry Lawson was hired five years ago as a public health nurse in Lawrence County, she said she was surprised to learn the health department didn’t give away free condoms as part of its effort to prevent the spread of human immunodeficiency virus and sexually transmitted disease.

INDIANAPOLIS – Sen. Cory Booker, seen by many as a rising star in the national Democratic Party, visited a crowded union hall here Tuesday night to urge phone-bank volunteers wearing “Bayh for Senate” stickers to press a little harder.

Gail Hayes looked intently at a baseball in her hand, a reminder of a time when she conquered breast cancer.One week after the surgery to remove a cancer tumor toward the back of her breast, she was invited to throw the first pitch at the Strike Out

When a 12-year-old Kyle Vannoni lost his mother to breast cancer nearly 20 years ago, it left a gaping hole in his life. His mother, Peggy, was his advocate and champion. He holds cherished memories of the two of them spending countless hours reading

INDIANAPOLIS – The state's school superintendent gets the hard job of shaping and implementing education policy in the politically charged atmosphere of the Statehouse.

VERSAILLES and OSGOOD - Over 20 Ripley County Sheriff's Office deputies and officials and police officers, some undercover, only a few in uniforms, were in a conference room and spilling out into the hallway of the Versailles Fire-Rescue station Tuesday, Oct. 4, at around 10:30 a.m.

Editors Note: With fewer than 12 weeks until the Nov. 8 presidential election, many voters have yet to make up their minds. As part of an occasional series of articles, we'll check in with undecided voters for their thoughts about key issues and developments during the campaign.

CRANE - The current Chief of Naval Operations made his first trip to Crane and walked away from the southern Indiana base with a good impression on Tuesday. Admiral John Richardson visited the base at the request of Indiana U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly and was also joined by Congressman Larry Bucshon.

A southern Indiana man who was once in charge of getting I-69 built now has a new challenge. Indiana Department of Transportation Deputy Commissioner Sam Sarvis is now in charge of a single project: getting the bridge built on I-69 connecting Evansville, Indiana and Henderson, Kentucky.

INDIANAPOLIS – Eric Holcomb is jumping into the governor's race with just over three months to go, but colleagues say he’ll catch up fast.

Boone County Prosecutor Todd Meyer, on Friday, July 15, said he would “consider” asking GOP officials to appoint him to the Fourth Congressional District ballot, replacing Todd Rokita.

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Not everyone at the Gov. Mike Pence for Vice President Welcome Home Rally on Saturday was a supporter.

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Gov. Mike Pence stopped at Indianapolis Executive Airport in Zionsville Saturday afternoon on his way home for pizza night after a quick trip to New York, where presidential candidate Donald Trump announced Pence as his running mate.

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