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There’s a chance to help survivors of human trafficking in Carmel Tuesday.
He started his collection about 20 years ago after a major regret.
1,000 kids have visited the makerspace since it was created.
There’s a growing push in Indiana to make sure the state’s high school students are learning job skills, along with math and history.
Hanging on one wall in Dephi Community Middle School Principal Sarah Gustin’s office is a poster about Abby Williams and Libby German.
Time does not always heal all.
A Carmel photographer has been picked to be on Team USA at the 2018 World Photographic Cup.
A new program through a local police department is hoping to help people with mental health issues.
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Atlanta, Sheridan and Noblesville have all been working with Taft Stettinius & Hollister on the lawsuits.
Museum by Moonlight takes place on Feb. 10 from 8 p.m. to midnight.
At the beginning of the last week of his 30-year FBI career, Jay Abbott, special agent in charge of the Indianapolis Division, reflected on …
It’s set to expire on Tuesday, Jan. 23.
We The People is a citizen and Constitution program, teaching kids a variety of government and civics topics.