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The younger brother of New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard Eric Gordon has been ruled ineligible to play high school basketball in Indiana for the upcoming season. The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/1rmZBqZ ) Indiana High School Athletic
Prosecutors plan to present evidence in the trial of three people charged in a deadly explosion that devastated an Indianapolis neighborhood that they say shows mounting gambling and credit card debt were motives in a plan to collect insurance money.
There were times when Anna Danielova opened her mouth to speak but no sound came out. Years of projecting her voice across lecture halls at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business had strained her vocal cords past the point of fighting through
Indianapolis police say an officer has been critically injured after exchanging gunfire with a person in an alley. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Police spokesman Lt. Christopher Bailey says the officer and another patrolman responded to
Indiana Leaders Fight to Keep No Child Left Behind' Waiver On Monday, Governor Mike Pence, Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz, and the State Board of Education battled over Indiana's No Child Left Behind waiver, one of the first, from
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes issued a statement late Wednesday saying his office intends to file a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to challenge the Tenth Circuit panel decision striking down the state's marriage ban for same-sex couples.
Danny Murray was left homeless at age 18 when his mother moved in with her boyfriend and he decided to stay in Greenwood to complete his diploma from Center Grove Community School Corporation's Alternative Academy. The 19-year-old is part of a
One of Indiana's major health care providers has announced plans to merge two downtown Indianapolis hospitals. Indiana University Health plans to merge the services of University Hospital and Methodist Hospital in a single building, The Indianapolis
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay won't have to appear in court Thursday for an initial hearing on the drug-related charges he faces. The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/1ngp2n8 ) Irsay's attorneys filed a motion Wednesday waiving his
It's been a tough year for Indiana casinos because of increased competition. The Indianapolis Star reports gaming revenues in Indiana were down $242.5 million in Indiana the past 11 months because of increased competition from a casino opening in