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Federal court officials are repeating their warning of a nationwide scam in which callers posing as U.S. marshals or other government officials claim victims can avoid imminent arrest for not appearing for jury duty by...

Federal court officials renew warning about jury duty scam

Federal court officials are repeating their warning of a nationwide scam in which callers posing as U.S. marshals or other government officials claim victims can avoid imminent arrest for not appearing for jury duty by...

Bernie Sanders campaigns for Liz Watson in Bloomington

Sen. Bernie Sanders has campaigned for Democratic House candidate Liz Watson in Bloomington in her bid to unseat Republican Rep. Trey Hollingsworth in southern Indiana's 9th District.

Female lion kills longtime mate at Indianapolis Zoo

The Indianapolis Zoo says a lion has died in a fight with another lion.

Man shot by Indianapolis police officer expected to survive

Indianapolis police say a man shot by an officer during a struggle over a weapon is expected to survive.

Indiana lawmakers consider medicinal marijuana

An Indiana legislative committee hasn't reached an agreement yet on whether the state should join 31 other states in legalizing medical marijuana.

Indiana's September jobless rate steady at 3.5 percent

Indiana's unemployment remained steady in September from August.

Gary man accused of harboring double-shooting suspect

A Gary man is accused of harboring a suspect in a gang-related shooting that wounded a man and his 9-year-old son outside a store.

Songbook Foundation plans to sell donated Indiana estate

A foundation dedicated to 20th century American music history plans to sell the suburban Indianapolis estate of the late billionaire Mel Simon that it was given.

South Carolina's Graham to campaign for GOP in 12 states

Sen. Lindsey Graham is hitting the campaign trail to stump for Republicans in U.S. House and Senate races across the country as the party tries to maintain control of both chambers.

Eyesore hotel along I-65 to be demolished after long fight

A judge has cleared the way for demolition of an abandoned hotel that's long been an eyesore along a stretch of Interstate 65 in northwestern Indiana.

Server with National Guard personnel data target of attack

The Indiana National Guard says a state, non-military computer server containing personal information on civilian and military Guard personnel was the target of a recent ransomware attack.

Indianapolis police: Officer shoots man in struggle

Indianapolis police say an officer shot a suspect during a struggle over a weapon, critically injuring the man.

S. Indiana man fatally shoots another who beat woman, girl

Authorities in southern Indiana say a man isn't expected to face charges for fatally shooting another man who attacked a woman and her daughter in a domestic dispute.

Attorney: Ex-USA Gymnastics head didn't know of indictment

The attorney for former USA Gymnastics President Steve Penny says her client had no clue of a Texas grand jury indictment when he traveled to Tennessee on a family vacation.

Indiana couple pleads guilty in hit-and-run that killed 3

A northern Indiana couple has pleaded guilty in a hit-and-run crash that killed two children and an adult.

Traffic jam stymies robbery suspect who fled in police car

An Indiana woman who allegedly robbed a store and fled in a stolen police vehicle was stymied by a traffic jam on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Officer allegedly switched price tags before buying items

A South Bend police officer is accused of switching price tags on several items before he purchased them at a store.

Indianapolis Airport Authority gets $20 million for projects

The Indianapolis Airport Authority has received nearly $20 million in federal and state grants in support of projects related to Indianapolis International Airport.

Pizza shop makes 225-mile delivery for cancer patient

A Michigan pizza shop usually doesn't deliver, but an employee made a big exception to bring a pair of pizzas to a cancer patient and his wife 225 miles (362 kilometers) away in Indiana.

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