INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is pondering another run for the state's top job. Gregg narrowly lost to Republican Gov. Mike Pence last November despite the state's Republican tilt. He said today that he hasn't decided whether it's worth another run.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - The Purdue University trustees have approved a tuition freeze and lower costs for students on the main campus in West Lafayette. The trustees today agreed to cut the price of meal plans and university cooperative education and internship programs for all students in West Lafayette. Tuition and fees for resident students on the West Lafayette campus will be about $10,000 for each of the next two school years.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Indiana's largest school district says it wants a third party to validate this year's ISTEP+ test results before it accepts the scores. Fort Wayne Community Schools made the request because of disruptions caused by problems with the test administrator's server.
CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Three former executives from a now-defunct company that planned to build high-tech police cars at an eastern Indiana factory are suing it for more than $600,000 in deferred wages. Trevor Rudderham, Alan Bratt and Keith Marchiando contend in their lawsuit filed in Fayette Circuit Court that Carbon Motors Corp. had promised to pay them the back wages by March 1.
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