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  • Former President Visits Indianapolis

    Indianapolis (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Former President Bill Clinton stopped in the Hoosier state Friday morning rallying democratic volunteers at North Central High School in Indianapolis.

  • Candidates for Governor Focus on Education in Debate

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – The three candidates for Indiana Governor squared off Wednesday night in their first televised debate.

  • Governor Daniels' Advice on Hoosier Medicaid

    Indiana (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Indiana’s current governor is telling the men who want to succeed him, that they should be careful in dealing with Indiana’s complicated Medicaid situation.

  • Fort Wayne's Mayor Returns Home From Gera Visit

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - A local delegation, including Mayor Tom Henry, returns from Gera, Germany Monday evening.

  • Pence Speaks on Changes to State if Elected Governor

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – Republican Candidate for Governor Mike Pence held a rally in Fort Wayne and spoke about the changes he’s make to the Hoosier state if elected.

  • Suu Kyi for President?

    Yangon, Myanmar (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Myanmar opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has declared her willingness to serve as her country's president.

  • Celina Residents Get a Visit from the Romney-Ryan Bus

    Celina, Ohio (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - While Republican Mitt Romney is in Colorado Wednesday evening, his base is drumming up support in the Buckeye state.

  • Judge Recuses Himself From Wall Case

    Huntington, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The Huntington County commissioner facing 7 counts of battery was in court Wednesday to hear the charges against him.

  • Grand Jury Indicts Huntington County Commissioner on Seven Counts

    Huntington County, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - A Huntington County grand jury in has charged current Huntington County Commissioner, 59-year-old Floyd “Tom” Wall with seven counts of misdemeanor battery stemming from an Indiana State Police investigation that was initiated this past spring.

  • On the Key Issues, Who Do You Agree With?

    INTERNET (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - If you don’t follow politics closely and do all the fact checks you might not be feeling 100% confident in whom you should be voting for in the presidential election USA Today has got a Candidate Match Game that you should check out.