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Republican precinct leaders in Indiana House District 12 are meeting Saturday to select a candidate to challenge first-term state Rep. Mike Andrade, D-Munster, in the Nov. 8 general election.

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Schererville esidences and businesses impacted by Tuesday's water main break no longer need to boil their drinking and cooking water before using it.

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(The Center Square) – Indiana will grant $500 million in state appropriations to support regional development organizations in improving Hoosiers’ quality of life making the state a talent magnet. Awards were made by the Indiana Regional Economic Acceleration and Development Initiative based on competitive applications.

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Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez Jr. has prevailed in a legal battle with the county commissioners over the sheriff's authority to independently contract for goods and services relating to the county jail.

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(The Center Square) – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s lawsuit challenging the authority of the General Assembly left Hoosier taxpayers to cover nearly $520,000 in legal fees, which Attorney General Todd Rokita called “a waste of Hoosier taxpayers’ hard-earned money.”

The Indiana legislature has pushed back its special session to July 25 — thus delaying a planned $225 per taxpayer refund for Hoosiers — but the clock starts on July 6, officials said.

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ANGOLA — A local group of individuals is planning a protest of the overturning of the right to an abortion on Sunday at noon in front of the Steuben County Courthouse on the Public Square in downtown Angola.

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Interest rates on mortgage loans are rising rapidly in the United States. As the Federal Reserve pursues an aggressive strategy of rate hikes to curb inflation, homebuyers are increasingly saddled with higher borrowing costs. The national average 30-year fixed mortgage rate is now approaching 6%, up from just 3.79% in January. The rate increase could […]

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(The Center Square) – Taiwan-based tech manufacturer MediaTek today said it will partner with Purdue University to create a microchip design center in Tippecanoe County, creating about 30 high-paying jobs in the area.

(The Center Square) – The Indiana General Assembly passed 179 pieces of legislation during the 2022 session, which will take effect on July 1. The most prominent new laws deal with guns, gender, abortion and rape. Here is a summary of legal changes coming Friday: