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  • Mourdock to unveil Romney endorsement ad

    Mourdock to unveil Romney endorsement ad
    The Richard Mourdock for Senate campaign will unveil a television commercial Monday that features the greatest endorsement the republican candidate can receive. “This fall I’m supporting Richard Mourdock for the senate,” says...
  • IndyGo bus service affected by Monumental Marathon

    IndyGo bus service affected by Monumental Marathon
    As marathon runners take over some roads Saturday morning, city busses will be taking detours and some services will be delayed. The annual Monumental Hald and Full Marathon races will cause more significant service interruptions on the city’s...
  • IUPUI display honors America's fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan

    IUPUI display honors America's fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan
    Fallen U.S. service members are being honored along with Iraqi and Afghan civilians as part of IUPUI's Veterans Week. The American Friends Service Committee and IUPUI are presenting a traveling exhibition called "Eyes Wide Open: The Cost of War to...
  • Hoosiers name economy as major factor in election choice

    Hoosiers name economy as major factor in election choice
    Indiana's choice of Mitt Romney for president may have been in large part due to the state's lagging economy, but experts said even a Romney loss may help. Jim Smith, a finance professor at IUPUI, said that getting any election behind us is a good...
  • Boys and girls soccer pairings announced

    Boys and girls soccer pairings announced
    A field of 298 boys teams and 258 girls teams, both record highs for the 19th straight year, are entered as pairings for the 19th Annual IHSAA Soccer State Tournaments were announced this morning by the Indiana High School Athletic Association. Boys...
  • Expert: Dry-ice bomb like Disneyland blast unlikely to do harm

    Expert: Dry-ice bomb like Disneyland blast unlikely to do harm
    A Long Beach man probably had no idea the consequences that awaited him when he allegedly created a panic in Disneyland’s Toontown by exploding a bottle of dry ice in a trash can, an explosives expert said Friday. “I don’t think the...
  • Work underway in Indiana to plug gap between high school and college

    Work underway in Indiana to plug gap between high school and college
    More than half of graduating Hoosier high schoolers will not go on to college and legislators say many of them get a diploma without all of the tools they need to move on to higher education. State leaders are working on a new assessment set to be...
  • Muslims and the Democratic party

     
    Religion News Service reporter Omar Sacirbey writes about the increase in Muslim delegates to the Democratic National Convention, representing a shift in support among Muslims from Republican to Democrat since 2000: (RNS) The number of Muslim delegates...
  • Lehigh men hoping for trip to Big Apple

     
    Lehigh is having a hard time completing its 2012-13 schedule, but coach Brett Reed and the team have a couple of trips to look forward to. The Mountain Hawks will participate in the NIT Season Tip-Off Tournament as part of......
  • IUPUI grad reflects on obstacles he overcame after arson attack

    IUPUI grad reflects on obstacles he overcame after arson attack
    An Indiana University Kelley School of Business Indianapolis student, who was a victim of a horrific crime, reflects on the obstacles he overcame as his graduation date approaches.  Manoj Rana, an engineering student from India, almost lost his life...
  • It's A Season of No Excuses

    It's A Season of No Excuses
    Maybe the NBA had the right plan in place after all. In a shortened season the opportunity for some team to catch a break or make one for themselves has been there. For the Indiana Pacers it has been about opportunity. After the dust settled on the...
  • Poll suggests many consider Facebook a passing fad

    Poll suggests many consider Facebook a passing fad
    A new national poll suggests people aren't so sure Facebook is anything more than just a passing fad. Despite more than 900 million active users, a poll conducted by the Associated Press and CNBC found that 46 percent of respondents think Facebook will...