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The U.S. Grand Prix Racers Union is promising a review of its motorcycle
racing safety rules, conceding it will never be able to eliminate the
dangers in a high-speed sport where teenage competitors are the norm.
Police say eight people were shot and wounded when shootings erupted
during the crowded Indiana Black Expo in downtown Indianapolis.
The organization Friends of Ernie Pyle has been working ever since to
find a way to acquire the property. The state has set an Aug. 1 deadline for the group to come up with a
The IndyCar Series is reviewing the finish of the Indianapolis 500
after Marco Andretti says he slowed because of a caution flag that came
out on Lap 199.
Indiana's unemployment rate hit 10 percent for the first time since September.
Members of a community group say they’re frustrated over plans for
shutting down the Indiana historic site honoring Ernie Pyle.
Jesse James is “a broken man” and is hoping that rehab and some privacy will help him recover and save his marriage to Sandra Bullock, his friend and attorney said.herishes.”
The NCAA said Tuesday that IUPUI allowed erroneous eligibility
certification for 97 student-athletes from the 2003-04 through 2006-07
years, demonstrating a lack of institutional control and a failure to
monitor by the university.
Authorities found the body of a missing Purdue University freshman
inside his car after it was pulled Wednesday from a suburban
Indianapolis retention pond. An autopsy indicated 19-year-old Patrick Trainor of Indianapolis died
from drowning, and a toxicology report will not be completed for at
least two weeks.
Oprah Winfrey and several girls allegedly abused at her academy in South Africa are expected to testify in a trial over a defamation lawsuit brought by the school’s former headmistress, whose performance Winfrey criticized.
Purdue University police are keeping an even closer eye on campus
activities through new surveillance cameras designed to increase safety
and deter crime. Cameras are being placed at 54 sites, mostly parking garages, through
May. Purdue Police Chief John Cox says he plans to have 133 exterior
cameras in place by fall to enable police dispatchers to monitor public
After days of controversy over a white group’s win in a step
competition, sponsor Coca-Cola said Thursday the Alpha Kappa Alpha team from IU, whose
members are black, would share first place and would also receive the
same $100,000 in scholarships that the Zeta Tau Alphas won.
Residents of three Indiana communities are mourning the deaths of three
Marines killed in Afghanistan. Their bodies arrived back in the United
States during the weekend. The deaths represent the state’s most concentrated losses in that war
since four Indiana National Guard soldiers died in a 2005 explosion.
NEW YORK — Former President Bill Clinton had two stents inserted in one of his heart arteries after being hospitalized with chest pains, an adviser said Thursday. Clinton,
63, "is in good spirits and will continue to focus on the work of his
foundation and Haiti's relief and long-term recovery efforts," said
adviser Douglas Band.
Declaring “I don’t quit,’” President Barack Obama fought to recharge
his embattled presidency with a State of the Union vow to get jobless
millions back to work and stand on the side of Americans angry at Wall
Street greed and Washington bickering. Defiant despite stinging
setbacks, he said he would fight on for ambitious overhauls of health
care, energy and education.
IU professor Elinor Ostrom was one of a record five women awarded Nobel
Prizes on Thursday, becoming the first woman to receive the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
Police say an intoxicated Lafayette man put his 9-year-old daughter
behind the wheel of a minivan while he rode in the passenger seat.
The cleanup of toxic PCBs at a former electrical components factory in Bloomington is in its second month.
Authorities were investigating a shooting at a home in southern Indiana
on Wednesday morning when the gunman crashed a vehicle through a
Pillsbury plant’s security gate nearby and then fatally shot a man,
About 130 union members were pulled off the picket line Monday in
Elkhart at Conn-Selmer’s Vincent Bach plant, which specialized in
manufacturing student-level trumpets and trombones. Members will no
longer receive $200 weekly assistance checks or insurance paid by the