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Only nine days after hearing arguments, a federal appeals panel says it agrees with a lower court judge's ruling that Indiana cannot ban same-sex couples from getting married. The unanimous ruling from the three-judge panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals upholds the June...
Melissa Copas (photo courtesy Johnson County Sheriff's Department) A Martinsville woman was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly doing drugs in the parking lot of the Johnson County Sheriff's Department. Sheriff Doug Cox says an officer was approached by a man claiming he saw...
CVS drugstores are now tobacco-free, four weeks ahead of schedule. The pharmacy chain announced in February it would stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products in October. It completed that transition Wednesday. Miranda Spitznagle is director of Tobacco Prevention and...
Most indicators show this winter will be cold, but not as cold as last winter. That's according to Indiana-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Dave Tucek. Tucek cites the current, cooler summer and Climate Prediction Center forecasts that have downgraded the impact of...
Some Indiana congressional lawmakers along with business and education leaders say Obamacare is hurting their bottom line and workers. Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder and Anderson Federation of Teachers President Tom Forkner were among those who testified before a U.S...
The Lake County Solid Waste Management Board voted unanimously Wednesday night to terminate the contract of its executive director, in the aftermath of accusations that he misled board members about a $751 designer purse and accessories given to a female employee. Jeff Langbehn'...
The St. Vincent Stress Center opens a new dual-treatment facility Monday for patients battling both addiction and mental illness. A national survey on drug use found more than one in six people with a mental health disorder also struggles with drug or alcohol abuse. St. Vincent...
An organizer of an upcoming festival says interfaith and intercultural understanding and communication are crucial to improving the world. Lisa Morrison is spokesperson for the 2nd Annual Festival of Faiths taking place in downtown Indianapolis this Sunday. Thousands of Hoosiers...
The Indiana Supreme Court will now decide whether the right-to-work law violates the state constitution. Oral arguments were held Thursday morning in the state's appeal of a September 2013 ruling from a judge in Lake County. Judge John Sedia found that the law violated a...