Holcomb to lead trade mission to France, Belgium, Germany

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb will lead a trade mission to France, Belgium and Germany beginning next week
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Cache of artifacts found in Indiana to be returned to China

The FBI is returning more than 300 cultural artifacts to China years after they were part of a vast collection discovered at a central Indiana farm
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Gov. Holcomb plans public appeal on Indiana hate crimes law

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says he will try to build public support for a hate crimes law after the state Senate stripped out a list of specific protected traits
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Eagles agree to let Foles seek starting job in free agency

Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman says the team will not use its franchise tag on quarterback Nick Foles and instead will let him become a free
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Defensive linemen dominate this year's combine class

This is a sandwich year between stellar quarterback classes in 2018 and 2020, so the darlings of this year's NFL scouting combine are the defensive linemen who
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Steelers hope to see less of Brown if they pull off trade

If the Pittsburgh Steelers trade star receiver Antonio Brown, they'd prefer to send him to a team they don't play often
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Built Ford Tough: Keselowski shakes off flu to win Atlanta

Built Ford Tough: Keselowski shakes off stomach bug to win the race at Atlanta Motor Speedway
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Indiana launches $100M push for broadband to rural areas

Indiana is launching a $100 million program to expand broadband internet services across rural parts of the state
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Goodell has wide-ranging powers to fine or suspend Kraft

Goodell has wide-ranging powers to discipline teams, coaches, players, and, yes, owners
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Indiana bill proposes felony charge if doctor misuses sperm

Indiana doctors could face felony deceptions charges under a legislative proposal that follows the case in which a fertility doctor used his own sperm to impreg
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Man gets 34 years for holding woman 4 days in basement

An Indianapolis man has been sentenced to 34 years in prison after pleading guilty to rape and criminal confinement charges for keeping a woman chained in his b
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Misbehaving owners hardly unheard of in pro sports

Misbehaving owners of sports teams have drawn headlines pretty much since sports have been around
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Indiana Senate approves stripped-down hate crimes bill

The Indiana Senate has passed a stripped down hate crimes bill and sent the measure to the House
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Holcomb attending National Governors Association meeting

Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb has a busy schedule during the annual National Governors Association winter meeting in Washington
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Newborn giraffe is Indianapolis Zoo's 1st female since 2000

A newborn giraffe that's the Indianapolis Zoo's newest addition is also the first female of the African species born there in nearly 20 years
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Judge convicts Indianapolis man of Zionsville slaying

A judge has found an Indianapolis man guilty of murder in the fatal shooting of an 82-year-old central Indiana man in what investigators said was a random act o
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Indiana hate crimes bill advances despite conservative foes

A proposed Indiana hate crimes law has been endorsed by a state legislative committee
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The Latest: Indiana Senate panel backs hate crimes bill

A proposed Indiana hate crimes law has been endorsed by a state legislative committee
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Body found in Wabash River identified as Clinton woman, 56

State police say a coroner has identified a woman whose body was found over the weekend in the Wabash River in western Indiana
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Revenue Department, state offices open on Presidents' Day

The Indiana Department of Revenue wants taxpayers to know its offices will be open Monday on Presidents Day
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Proposal would let pharmacists refuse to give abortion drugs

A bill advancing in the Indiana Legislature would let pharmacists refuse to dispense abortion-inducing drugs to women if they have ethical, moral or religious o
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AP analysis: Hundreds of companies excused from steel tariff

Despite Trump's tough talk on trade, his Commerce Department has approved tariff exemption requests from 370 companies for up to 4.1 million tons of foreign ste
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Department: Possible rabies exposure from bat at Pacers game

Indiana health officials say people who had contact with a bat last week during an Indiana Pacers game have possibly been exposed to rabies
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Man dead, firefighter injured in Indianapolis house fire

A man has died and a firefighter has been injured in a house fire on the southeast side of Indianapolis
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