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Sen Young Supports American Energy Innovation Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bill that would modernize how Americans use and generate energy is getting the support of Indiana Sen. Todd Young and a bipartisan group of over 50 other senators. The American Energy Innovation Act

DePauw Selects New President

GREENCASTLE, Ind – The DePauw University Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to appoint Dr. Lori S. White, the vice chancellor for student affairs at Washington University in St. Louis, as DePauw’s 21st president. She will succeed

Ind Senator Braun Receives Briefing On Coronavirus

WASHINGTON, D.C.–No one has tested positive for coronavirus in Indiana, but it may happen before the virus spread is slowed, speculated Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), after he was briefed Tuesday afternoon during a lunch in D.C., with

Extending Needle Exchange Still Possible

INDIANAPOLIS – Needle exchange programs in Marion County and eight others have new life after votes in the House and Senate. Nine counties have instituted needle exchange, but the programs must end next June unless legislators extend

Legislature Hikes Fine For Underage Tobacco Sales

INDIANAPOLIS – Retailers will pay a steeper price for selling cigarettes to minors, under a bill about to go to Governor Holcomb. The House and Senate have voted overwhelmingly to double the fine for selling tobacco or

FOUND SAFE – Silver Alert Issued For Missing Putnam County Teen

SHE HAS BEEN FOUND AND IS SAFE AND HAS BEEN RETURNED TO PARENTS. SILVER ALERT CANCELLED ______________________________________________________________   PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind – The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the disappearance of Paris Christine Stabler-Day, a 15

A Carmel Teacher Is On Self-Quarantine

CARMEL, Ind.–A teacher from Carmel Clay Schools is in self-quarantine for the next 14 days after returning from Italy where over 30 people have died from the coronavirus. Carmel Clay School leaders say the teacher met with