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Feds nix welfare data use in hiring

Posted: 10/14/2009 - Indiana's human services agency considered letting contractor Affiliated Computer Services Inc. use welfare data to screen potential employees until federal food stamp officials told them it wasn't allowed.

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Indiana mom pleads guilty in son's beating death

Posted: 10/14/2009 - The mother of a 2-year-old southern Indiana boy who was allowed to remain in her care after he tested positive for methamphetamine has pleaded guilty in his beating death.

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Head-on crash kills 4 people on N. Ind. highway

Posted: 10/14/2009 - A car trying to go past another vehicle in a no-passing zone crashed head-on into a sport-utility vehicle on a northern Indiana highway, killing four people inside the car.

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Indy junkyard gets "green" recognition from IDEM

Posted: 10/14/2009 - The Indiana Department of Environmental Management says an Indianapolis junkyard is the first in the state to receive its recognition for environmentally friendly practices.

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Guardsman home from war kills self in Ind. theater

Posted: 10/13/2009 - Muncie police say Spc. Jacob Sexton of Farmland shot himself in the head Monday night with a 9mm handgun about 20 minutes into the showing of the horror comedy "Zombieland."

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Ind. track lifts month-long horse quarantine

Posted: 10/13/2009 - A horse quarantine has been lifted at the Hoosier Park racetrack in central Indiana where two thoroughbreds tested positive for a contagious infection.

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Advocates say Ind. welfare revamp needs overhaul

Posted: 10/13/2009 - Social services advocates say Indiana's $1.34 billion welfare privatization effort is a failure and should be replaced by a new system based on personal contact between clients and caseworkers.

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Tips on differentiating the flu from the common cold

Posted: 10/13/2009 - Since most of us aren't doctors, it's often hard to figure out whether our kids have colds or the flu. Here are some tips, consistent with Red Cross guidelines, that may make it easier.

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$2.8B sought for Chicago-Cleveland high-speed rail

Updated: 10/13/2009 - Two routes across northern Indiana would be studied for the Chicago-to-Cleveland line. One would go through South Bend, while a more-southern option would stop in Fort Wayne.

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Trial starts Monday in Indianapolis slayings of 7

Posted: 10/12/2009 - An Indianapolis man could face life in prison without parole if a judge finds him guilty of killing seven members of the same family during a botched robbery attempt.

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School tries to fit in parent-teacher conferences

Posted: 10/12/2009 - Schools are coming up with new ways to squeeze parent-teacher conferences into their schedules after a state rule change meant the conferences no longer count toward instructional time.

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Prison workers compete in blood drive

Posted: 10/12/2009 - Indiana Department of Correction employees have been competing in a blood drive to see who can give the most to the American Red Cross.

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Advocates to propose solutions to welfare 'crisis'

Posted: 10/12/2009 - Social services advocates critical of the state's welfare modernization effort say Indiana needs viable public solutions to fix what they say is a "crisis" in public welfare.

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E. Ind. Iraq War veteran opens fire on police

Posted: 10/11/2009 - An ex-Marine who served in Iraq faces multiple charges including three counts of attempted murder of a police officer after firing on officers.

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