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By Alison Graham
One of the best parts of Violet Hall’s 3D-printed arm is the pair of pipe cleaners she can attach to hold her violin bow.
Indiana Representative Trey Hollingsworth introduced legislation to the House on May 19 that, if passed, would allow law enforcement officers to enter civilian buildings without removing their firearms.
A Mike Pence impersonator named Mike Hot-Pence raised more than $1,500 for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Indiana and Kentucky on June 7 in Indianapolis.
Sid the hamster was crying.
The Monroe County Democratic Party announced the start of a listening tour to hear the concerns of citizens beginning June 10.
Regina Moore was calling roll at a city council meeting in 2004 when she suddenly looked up.
A dog breeder in Loogootee, Indiana, made the Horrible Hundred list of some of the worst puppy mills in the country, which was released by the Humane Society of the United States last month.
IU health economist Alex Hollingsworth joined a cross-country bicycle tour aimed at understanding why Americans oppose or support the Affordable Care Act.
Following Trump’s announcement to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on June 1, Indiana politicians voiced their support or disapproval of the decision in everything from official statements to tweets.
They say listening is an act of love.
After dropping your student off at their residence hall and driving home in an empty car, all you can think is, “When can I visit?”
IU has joined the Campaign to Change Direction, a national initiative to change the culture of mental healthcare in the United States.
First year students moving to campus early will be expected to participate in the Experience IU program through the Office of First Year Experience Programs.
The girls at Tri-North Middle School had been fed up with the dress code for a while.
hey say listening is an act of love.
When a revolutionary gene editing system called CRISPR was revealed in 2013, researchers couldn’t help imagining the incredible possibilities it could bring — wiping out diseases before they could spread or creating crops that could breed better than ever before.
Mayor John Hamilton joined a 155-city coalition that is urging Congress not to enact the American Health Care Act.