- 1 Region doctor, children killed in I-65 crash
- 2 Feds: Lake Station mayor gambled away campaign, food pantry cash
- 3 Babysitter admits to beating 4-year-old boy
- 4 Suburban man shot in home invasion after win at Horseshoe casino
- 5 Lake Station mayor, wife, stepdaughter plead not guilty to corruption charges
INDIANAPOLIS | Two years of scrimping and saving by Indiana's state government soon will put more than $100 in the pockets of most Hoosiers.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Community Consolidated Schools District 168 board and Superintendent Al Travaglini have requested the state involve teachers and administrators in the decisions regarding pension shortages.
BLOOM TOWNSHIP | Sandridge School District 172 officials approved a resolution last week to urge state government to keep paying into retired teacher pensions.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Gov. Pat Quinn's budget director is trying to build statewide support for cuts in Medicaid and teacher pension funding, but Thursday he made comments that could build resentment among educators.
SPRINGFIELD | Republican lawmakers Tuesday called on Gov. Pat Quinn and Democratic leaders to put the brakes on a plan that could shift state pension costs to local school districts and universities.
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