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Suspect killed, 2 SWAT officers injured in Gary shootout

Michigan State Police to investigate breathalyzer supplier

Spokesman: MacDill Air Force base on lockdown in Florida

John Dillinger exhumation suit dismissed, but new suit possible

Ukrainian airplane crashes in Iran, killing at least 170

Report blames 65 Indiana child deaths on abuse or neglect

15-year-old killed in Kokomo while with sister on drug deal

Sen. Paul offering bill to combat student loan debt

Central Indiana house fire kills 8-month-old boy

Republicans set to pick Indiana House speaker successor

Gilchrist signs bill making Michigan 5th cage-free egg state

Chief: Suspect in Detroit officer’s slaying ‘very target specific’

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Michigan budget standoff unlikely to end until December

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Jessica Benzakein’s home is full of joy, energy and laughter thanks to her eight children. Jessica, who grew up in foster care, became a foster mom after having two kids. Now she’s adopted six boys — becoming one big happy family.

Outrage after piles of unused Hurricane Maria aid found in Puerto Rico warehouse

A new source of anguish for Puerto Ricans struggling after a devastating earthquake and its aftershocks -- a warehouse was discovered full of unused supplies from Hurricane Maria. Puerto Rico’s governor fired several top officials after the find and has vowed to hold others accountable.