INDIANAPOLIS—Census takers across the country this week have begun following up with households who have yet to respond to the 2020 U.S. census.
INDIANAPOLIS — Businesses and individuals in Marion County who choose not to follow safety requirements to limit the spread of COVID-19 could now see fines of $1,000 for first-time violations, according to an updated public health order.
INDIANAPOLIS—Immigrants to Marion County are providing essentials services to the community as COVID-19 continues to spread and as a result, they face greater risks from the disease, a study by the Immigrant Welcome Center and the New American Economy found.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — A rare storm packing 100 mph winds and with power similar to an inland hurricane swept across the Midwest on Monday, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles, causing widespread property damage and leaving hundreds of thousands without power as it moved through Chicago and int…
WASHINGTON — A last-ditch effort by Democrats to revive Capitol Hill talks on vital COVID-19 rescue money collapsed in disappointment Friday, making it increasingly likely that Washington gridlock will mean more hardship for millions of people who are losing enhanced jobless benefits and fur…
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s Senate president warned public schools in a letter that they could face budget cuts if they don’t hold in-person classes this year, despite prior assurances from Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state leaders that schools would remain fully funded.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.
INDIANAPOLIS — Leaders with one of Indiana’s largest teacher unions are calling on state officials to take more steps to protect students and their members as some school districts plan to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, a move the union said could provoke a safety strike if the right p…
BOSTON — Fourth of July gatherings, graduation parties, no-mask weddings, crowded bars — there are reasons the U.S. has racked up more than 155,000 coronavirus deaths, by far the most of any country, and is fast approaching an off-the-charts 5 million confirmed infections, easily the highest…
The commander of the Navy SEALs said the unit will suspend its support of the National Navy SEAL Museum, a nonprofit organization not overseen by the military, after videos surfaced online of dogs attacking a man wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey during a demonstration.
INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly two dozen Indiana skilled nursing facilities will receive COVID-19 testing devices in the days ahead as part of the latest allocation from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
It’s been 75 years today since Logansport native Robert Pitman died aboard the USS Indianapolis, the biggest loss of life from a single attack in U.S. Navy history.
ANDERSON — Buying a home right away wasn’t necessarily the plan for Scott and Kerry Winkle when they got married last year. But it wasn’t long before they began to rethink their timeline.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers who are part of a committee to decide where, when and how their work can resume during the COVID-19 pandemic outlined early plans and questions for the 2021 legislative session Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS — While many colleges and universities across the state are preparing for students to return to campus in a month, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rapidly rise among all Hoosiers but are highest among the college-age 20-29 group.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky’s surging coronavirus outbreak continued Friday with nearly 800 more cases, the second-highest daily total as the governor braced the state for new restrictions unless the disease’s resurgence is brought under control.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky’s governor warned Thursday that more restrictions could be reimposed to combat the coronavirus if the state doesn’t show progress soon in slowing the surging number of infections.
WASHINGTON — Laboratories across the U.S. are buckling under a surge of coronavirus tests, creating long processing delays that experts say are actually undercutting the pandemic response.
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Andy Beshear said Wednesday that the state is looking to close out fiscal year 2020 without a shortfall, despite the continuing challenges presented by efforts to fight COVID-19.
WASHINGTON — The pricetag for the next COVID-19 aid package could quickly swell above $1 trillion as White House officials negotiate with Congress over money to reopen schools, prop up small businesses, boost virus testing and keep cash flowing to Americans while the virus crisis deepens in …
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration has deployed agents with tactical gear to confront protesters in downtown Portland, Oregon. That has sparked debate over the use of federal power as local and state officials, and many in the community, condemn their tactics and demand they leave. F…
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The powerful Republican speaker of the Ohio House and four associates were arrested Tuesday in a $60 million federal bribery case connected to a taxpayer-funded bailout of Ohio’s two nuclear power plants.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump acknowledged Monday a “big flare-up” of COVID-19 cases, but divisions between the White House and Senate Republicans and differences with Democrats posed fresh challenges for a new federal aid package with the U.S. crisis worsening and emergency relief abo…
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s state-sponsored coronavirus testing program has not been meeting the levels of testing or the speed of results that were touted when it was started in May.
INDIANAPOLIS — (AP) As Indiana schools rush to release reopening plans for the upcoming academic year, one Indianapolis district has said it will only hold classes online, raising questions as to whether others will follow suit to protect students and staff from the coronavirus.
In his push to get schools and colleges to reopen this fall, President Donald Trump is again taking aim at their finances, this time threatening their tax-exempt status.
INDIANAPOLIS — Marion County has joined three other counties in Indiana that mandate residents wear masks, moving to enforce a practice experts argue limits the spread of the COVID-19 virus and one that some citizens oppose.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Crossroads Community Church Senior Pastor Jim Clark wants to keep his 1,500 parishioners safe during the coronavirus pandemic but he’s drawing the line at a new California ban on singing or chanting at religious services.
INDIANAPOLIS – Federal health officials report a disproportionate number of coronavirus deaths occur in the nation’s nursing homes, but the agency tracking their morbidity rates maintains a database riddled with incomplete information and errors.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Police in Bloomington are searching for two people who were in a car that struck a woman, knocking her unconscious, and dragged a man during a protest to demand arrests after a group of white men were caught on video assaulting a Black man at a nearby lake.
International students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.
GROVELAND, Mass. – This unpretentious Massachusetts town joined the national concern over racism this week when a white man resident told a young Black woman resident she made him feel unsafe driving through his neighborhood.
LONDON — Public health experts criticized the U.S. Wednesday for securing for itself a large supply of the only drug licensed so far to treat COVID-19.
MOSCOW — Russian voters approved changes to the constitution that will allow President Vladimir Putin to hold power until 2036, but the weeklong plebiscite that concluded Wednesday was tarnished by widespread reports of pressure on voters and other irregularities.
WASHINGTON (AP) — After prodding from Democratic lawmakers, the Trump administration has agreed to give Congress — but not the public — complete data on the millions of small businesses that received loans from a $600 billion-plus coronavirus aid program.
INDIANAPOLIS — The National FFA Organization will hold its national convention in October virtually instead of meeting in Indianapolis because of the coronavirus outbreak, the group announced Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor is calling for the creation of a special task force to stabilize the housing market as Hoosiers recover from the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a second lawsuit Friday against an Indiana city for using force to deter citizens protesting police brutality and racial justice.
Democrats will hold an almost entirely virtual presidential nominating convention Aug. 17-20 in Milwaukee using live broadcasts and online streaming, party officials said Wednesday.
Get used to it. Slow vote counts and delayed results are a feature of elections during the pandemic and are likely to continue into the general election in November, when many election officials say that, absent a landslide, it won’t be clear who won the presidential election for several days.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Coronavirus cases are climbing rapidly among young adults in a number of states where bars, stores and restaurants have reopened — a disturbing generational shift that not only puts them in greater peril than many realize but poses an even bigger danger to older people…
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A family-only service will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Livestreaming of the service will be available online at www.facebook.com/scottfuneralhome
Rose M. Dixon, 84, passed away on Monday, August 10, 2020, at Autumn Woods Health Campus with family members by her side. She was a retired registered nurse at St. Joseph's Infirmary and later a Quality Assurance Coordinator for Audubon Hospital. She is survived by her sons Brian J. Dixon (B…
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- Louisville man charged with attempted murder in Friday shooting
- Early 1800s farm in Jennings County wins rural preservation award
- Union Restaurant & GameYard close to completion in downtown Jeffersonville
- Trustee hopes to find solution to dispute over access to historic Black cemetery
- Some Henryville residents speak out against Nazi activity
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- President Trump extends unemployment benefits, defers payroll tax
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