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Video & story: State police crack down on cigarette littering

State police crackdown on littering to prevent fires from The Statehouse File on Vimeo. By Monica Harvey The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – State police are cracking down on people who do not properly dispose of their cigarettes or other lit tobacco products as part of an effort to prevent fires during the state’s drought. Chief […]

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Video & story: County fair season brings local competition, entertainment

By Monica Harvey and Suzannah Couch The Statehouse File COLUMBUS, Ind. – Demolition derbies, 4-H fair queen contests, livestock competitions and hog wrestling have become the entertainment options of choice for thousands of Hoosiers this month as fairs open across the state. The vast majority of Indiana’s county fairs take place in July and more […]

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Video & story: President Obama outraises Romney among Hoosiers but gap closing fast

Presidential fundraising in Indiana through May 31 from The Statehouse File on Vimeo. By Tim Grimes The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – President Barack Obama has outraised his Republican opponent Mitt Romney so far in 2012. But Romney is catching up. Through May 31 of this year – the latest data available – Obama has raised […]

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Video & story: Hoosiers react strongly to Supreme Court’s health care ruling

Hoosiers react to U.S. Supreme Court decision from The Statehouse File on Vimeo.   Kendra Rhonemus The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – To Michael Brown of Fishers, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Thursday to uphold a federal health insurance mandate “was wrong for America.” “One can’t help but wonder where have our individual liberties went?” Brown […]

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Hundreds of lions, tigers and other big cats live in Indiana. Yep, Indiana.

Kendra Rhonemus The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Think tiger and you might picture a cat crouched in the tropical rainforest or vast savannah, ready to pounce on its prey.   Or maybe you envision an orange and black stuffed animal on your child’s bed. But tigers – real ones – in Indiana? Yep. Indiana is […]

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Video: Healthy cooking with Cheri Daniels

Indiana’s first lady, Cheri Daniels, participated in a cooking demonstration Wednesday aimed at showing Hoosiers how to fix healthier meals. The event is part of a series sponsored by the Little Red Door Cancer Agency. Cooking with Indiana’s first lady Cheri Daniels from The Statehouse File on Vimeo.

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Video & story: State officials urge caution with fireworks, cigarettes in dry areas of state

Kendra Rhonemus The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – With no rain in the immediate forecast, State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson warned Hoosiers on Tuesday about the dangers of lighting fireworks during this 4th of July season and throwing burning cigarettes out of car windows. Drought conditions have caused grasses and forests to become dry at an […]

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Video & story: Birch Bayh joins prominent women for 40th anniversary celebration of Title IX

By Megan Banta The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – When Lin Dunn was growing up in Alabama in the 1950s and ’60s, state law banned girls from playing sports in junior high and high school. Dunn, who is now head coach of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever, grew up before Title IX passed in 1972. The law […]

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Story & video: Anthropologists look for evidence of Underground Railroad at Central Indiana cabin

Boxley Cabin from The Statehouse File on Vimeo.   By Timothy Cox The Statehouse File SHERIDAN, Ind. – On a broad piece of land in this tiny Hamilton County town rests a sturdy cabin dating back to the late 1800s. Beside the cabin, the handle of a trowel points towards the sun, the sharp end […]

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Story & video: Older fans in Seymour support move back to single-class basketball

Class Basketball Debate in Indiana from The Statehouse File on Vimeo. By Lauren Casey The Statehouse File SEYMOUR, Ind. – The future of high school basketball in Indiana would look more like its past if a majority of speakers at a public meeting Monday night in Jackson County had their way. The IHSAA has seven […]

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