Volunteer at White River State Park April 10

INDIANAPOLIS – Are you looking to become more engaged in the downtown Indianapolis Community? Sign up to volunteer on Saturday, April 10 from 9:00 a.m….

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Department of Revenue has options for non-English speakers

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Department of Revenue (DOR) wants to make sure all customers receive helpful tax information. Did you know, according to US census…

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Payments for Hoosiers harmed by Equifax data breach are coming

INDIANAPOLIS – Attorney General Todd Rokita announced today that his Office is preparing to distribute payments to 236,616 current and former Indiana residents who filed…

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Child Abuse Prevention Month kickoff virtual event set

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Child Services, in partnership with The Villages, will host its annual Child Abuse Prevention Month kickoff on Thursday, April 1….

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Deadline Approaching for Governor’s Century, Half Century Business Award Nominations

INDIANAPOLIS – The state of Indiana is accepting nominations through the end of March for the Governor’s Century and Half Century Business Awards, which honor…

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Indiana Chamber’s new Coolest Thing Made in Indiana competition honors manufacturing tradition

INDIANAPOLIS – As the state enjoys the spotlight during this year’s NCAA March Madness, the Indiana Chamber is announcing the Coolest Thing Made in Indiana competition…

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Use your voice to improve infection prevention and control in Indiana

UNDATED – Every frontline healthcare worker needs to fully understand infection control principles and protocols and feel they can confidently apply them to protect themselves,…

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Tim O’Brien newest state representative

EVANSVILLE – Indiana Republican Party State Chairman Kyle Hupfer issued this statement following the selection of Tim O’Brien to fill the open seat in Indiana House District…

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AG Rokita defends Trump Administration’s rule clarifying religious exemptions for federal contractors

INDIANAPOLIS — Contractors seeking to perform work for the federal government should be exempt from certain non-discrimination rules if they show strong evidence that their…

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Gov. Holcomb announces judicial appointment for Kosciusko County Superior Court vacancy

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric Holcomb today announced Karin McGrath as his appointment to the Kosciusko County Superior Court. McGrath will succeed Judge David Cates who…

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