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HAMMOND | Griffith Public Schools reached a settlement with three girls who were expelled after making Facebook comments discussing killing several classmates and teachers, according to federal court documents filed Monday.
Take a minute and imagine if your boss followed you home every day. In fact, he followed you wherever you went when you went off work. You’re sitting at dinner with your family, and there’s your boss standing in the corner watching. You go to the mall on a Saturday, and your boss follows beh…
Recently I took it upon myself to conduct an unscientific poll. I've asked colleagues, political activists and friends whether a Hoosier convicted of a felony can vote. Most said no, and others were uncertain. That tells me that it's likely that the majority of Hoosiers are under the impress…
"Motherhood is the hardest job on earth," we often hear and say. With the birth of every child, a new mom signs up for 18 or more years of nurturing, supporting, teaching and guiding a human life, a responsibility any sensible person would want to undertake with caution.
A federal judge's ruling on Indiana's new immigration law points to the need for Congress to provide immigration reform the nation needs.
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