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As part of an annual effort, the General Services Administration is offloading six lighthouses this year to eligible groups that promise to maintain them. The rest — including one in Cleveland — will be auctioned off to the public.
Indiana's sales tax on gasoline will largely hold steady next month, increasing by just $0.001. But there's a bigger gas tax increase coming in July and, thanks to new legislation, several more Julys to come.
The U.S. Supreme Court removed protections from many wetlands that used to be under federal jurisdiction. Wetland advocates say that doesn't bode well for Indiana.
Mayor Aftab Pureval is recommending "financial freedom" pilot programs, including medical debt relief and a guaranteed income study.
In this article from our archives, reporter Tana Weingartner takes a look at a time not so long ago when the fountain was turned on for the first time after a three-year absence.
Caitlin Bernard, an Indiana OB-GYN, has been under scrutiny from her state's Republican attorney general since speaking out about the impact of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
This year's theme is "Proud & Powerful" to represent the strength of the Black family in all of its forms.
The 80 vendors are the most in Taste's history.
The book was never published, but it’s finding new life in 2023 thanks to a group of students and a determined art educator.
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Peabody Award-winning Latino USA is the longest running Latino-focused program on U.S. public media. Host Maria Hinojosa is on a mission to elevate the voices of historically marginalized communities through authentic storytelling.
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