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Court rejects Illinois-Indiana gunrunner’s Facebook argument

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the gunrunner’s convictions for buying guns at Indiana gun shows, then reselling them in Illinois and rejected his argument that Facebook photos of himself surrounded by guns shouldn’t have been admissible.

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Indianapolis school official: Funding boost helps few

The Indianapolis Public Schools superintendent called for a re-evaluation of how the state pays for services for non-English-speaking students because schools with the highest populations are shortchanged.

Traffic creeps along I-55 in north Jackson, Miss., Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 as ice and snow flurries cause difficult driving conditions. A severe winter storm is expected to hit the state bringing ice and snow to the Gulf Coast. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Homeland Security offers winter weather driving reminders

Being prepared to handle potential slide-offs, accidents or other car trouble in winter is a simple, but crucial step to take when preparing for winter. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has provided several reminders to prepare your car for winter weather and what to do if you are in an accident.