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People line up at Indiana Workforce Development's Fort Wayne office to file for jobless benefits. Hoosier companies are still being taxed to repay more than $2 billion the state borrowed from the federal government when its recession-ravaged unemployment trust fund ran out of money in 2008, and despite a state surplus of $2 billion the loan won't be repaid until next year at the earliest. (News-Sentinel file photo by Ellie Bogue)
When Greg Nowak and Michele Black hear Indiana boast bout the state's $2 billion surplus, they might be tempted to laugh -- if they weren't too irritated even to crack a smile.
Visitors can learn more about medical careers and their own health during the Doctors Day event 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at Science Central. (Courtesy photo)
Young people can diagnose whether they want to pursue a career in the medical field, and kids and adults also can learn about living a healthier life, at the 20th annual Doctors Day 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at Science Central, 1950 N. Clinton St.      More..
Over the next few weeks, Fort Wayne Community Schools officials plan to spend as much time in Indianapolis as they can to encourage state legislators to adopt a state budget that is fair to urban public school districts like FWCS.      More..
BLOOMINGTON — A 20-year-old Indiana University student is accused of selling anti-anxiety pills sent through the mail from his fraternity house.      More..
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