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On Wednesday, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission ordered state-regulated utilities to offer payment plans of at least six months for their customers. Late fees, disconnection fees and reconnection fees have also been suspended until Oct. 12. 

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Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston say they are committed to fully funding all schools this fall, after a letter from another Republican leader threw that into question for schools that opt for virtual-only instruction.

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Local elections officials are sprinting to recruit younger poll workers ahead of November after elderly staff stayed home en masse to avoid the pandemic during primary elections

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Black and Hispanic/Latino Americans have coronavirus mortality rates as much as 10x higher than white Americans' when age is taken into account, according to a new analysis by the Brookings Institution. 

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Speaking Wednesday, Eli Lilly’s chief scientist stated the company could have a drug approved for treating COVID-19 as early as September of this year.

Politics
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When Indiana schools reopen in the fall, students may ride half-empty buses, eat lunch at their desk, or show up in-person just a couple days a week.