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Indiana’s department of education is expected to prove that it can correct several shortcomings identified by the U.S. Department of Education in order to keep its waiver from federal education standards today; IMPD is investigating a hit and run crash that killed a 15-year-old boy on Indianapolis’ south side; Two teens are in custody in connection to a near fatal shooting of another teen in the parking lot of an Anderson pancake house; Due to a “Hail Mary” move by Indiana’s Attorney General, there’s now a halt on same sex marriage in the state pending the outcome of an appeal of the federal ruling that declared that Indian’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional; July 1st brings new laws into effect in Indiana including one that will hike the tax you pay on every gallon of gasoline; For-profit employers having the ability to opt-out of contraceptive coverage for their female employees based on religious beliefs comes before the U.S. Supreme Court today—retailer Hobby Lobby is in the hot seat; President Obama is expected to name the former CEO of Procter and Gamble to head the Veteran’s Administration as its next Secretary; An Emmy-nominated actor with strong Indianapolis ties has died at the age of 67—remembering “Designing Women’s” Meshach Taylor; and Indy Wx: Clouds in the area, a chance of thunderstorms rolling though in the late afternoon/evening and a high of 89 degrees.

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