News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. EST

News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. EST

Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says finances are tight and lawmakers will have limited options when it comes time to write the state's next two-year budget. Bosma made the remark Wednesday at an annual conference...

Police believe boy, 14, fatally shot man during robbery

Police believe boy, 14, fatally shot man during robbery

Police say they believe a 14-year-old boy fatally shot a man during an armed robbery at a suburban Indianapolis store.

2 Indiana men indicted in Nebraska pharmacy robberies

2 Indiana men indicted in Nebraska pharmacy robberies

Two Indiana men have been charged in federal court with robbing Nebraska pharmacies for prescription drugs.

N. Indiana couple sentenced in hit-and-run that killed 3

N. Indiana couple sentenced in hit-and-run that killed 3

A northern Indiana couple has been sentenced in a hit-and-run crash that killed two children and a man.

The Latest: House Speaker says money tight for next budget

The Latest: House Speaker says money tight for next budget

The Latest on a conference previewing the upcoming session of the Indiana General Assembly (all times local):

Indiana agency investigates county's Election Day glitch

Indiana agency investigates county's Election Day glitch

A state agency is investigating an Election Day technical glitch that left some central Indiana voters waiting in lines for hours and others not voting at all.

Michigan township examining what went wrong with Nassar case

Michigan township examining what went wrong with Nassar case

Authorities in a Michigan community have hired someone to examine a 2004 investigation that failed to spur charges against now-imprisoned gymnastics sports doctor Larry Nassar.

Holcomb says he was 'mischaracterized' on teacher pay hike

Holcomb says he was 'mischaracterized' on teacher pay hike

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says he's been "mischaracterized" when it comes to his plans for increasing teacher pay in the near future.

6 charged in '11 killing of US bank executive in Puerto Rico

6 charged in '11 killing of US bank executive in Puerto Rico

Federal authorities say they've solved the high-profile killing of a U.S. banking executive slain more than seven years ago in a drive-by shooting on one of Puerto Rico's busiest highways.

Records: $50K settled officer racial discrimination lawsuit

Records: $50K settled officer racial discrimination lawsuit

Records show a former western Indiana police officer who appealed his firing has accepted $50,000 to settle a 2015 federal lawsuit alleging racial discrimination.

Judge moves up Indiana man's sentencing in girl's killing

Judge moves up Indiana man's sentencing in girl's killing

A judge has moved up an Indiana man's sentencing in the 1988 abduction, rape and killing of an 8-year-old Fort Wayne girl.

Judge rejects special prosecutor in NW Indiana shooting case

Judge rejects special prosecutor in NW Indiana shooting case

A northwestern Indiana judge has rejected a special prosecutor in a September shooting that wounded a man and his 9-year-old son outside a store.

Michigan governor seeks Illinois' help with Asian carp plan

Michigan governor seeks Illinois' help with Asian carp plan

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is urging his Illinois counterpart to help pay for a project to keep invasive carp establishing themselves in the Great Lakes.

Teen accused in pregnant classmate's murder appears in court

Teen accused in pregnant classmate's murder appears in court

An Indiana judge has entered a preliminary not guilty plea for a high school football player accused of killing a 17-year-old schoolmate who was pregnant with his child.

Indiana child welfare agency seeks $286M more per year

Indiana child welfare agency seeks $286M more per year

The Indiana Department of Child Services is requesting an additional $286 million per year in funding to help the struggling agency keep up with its rising caseloads and address long festering problems.

Michigan House approves Straits oil pipeline legislation

Michigan House approves Straits oil pipeline legislation

Legislation that would facilitate the replacement of an oil pipeline in the Great Lakes is a step closer to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's desk.

Apparent Grinch on video driving through Christmas display

Apparent Grinch on video driving through Christmas display

An apparent Grinch was spotted on surveillance video plowing through a Christmas display outside a suburban Indianapolis home and tips are being sought to find the man.

Man fatally shot after apparently interrupting store robbery

Man fatally shot after apparently interrupting store robbery

Authorities say a customer was fatally shot after apparently interrupting a robbery of a store in suburban Indianapolis.

Indiana police chief resigns amid discipline controversies

Indiana police chief resigns amid discipline controversies

A northern Indiana police chief who downplayed the beating of a handcuffed suspect by two officers and faced other controversies over discipline has resigned.

Indianapolis man dies trying to rescue dog from icy pond

Indianapolis man dies trying to rescue dog from icy pond

An Indianapolis man is dead after trying to rescue his dog from an icy pond at the apartment complex on the city's northeast side where he lived.

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