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Register To "Walk A Mile With Mike" For Big Brother Big Sisters

Fort Wayne, Ind ( -- Governor Mike Pence will make a visit to Fort Wayne on Wednesday, July 31 at 8:30 a.m. to walk with residents of the city and Big Brothers Big Sisters’ 13-County service area. Full story

Governor Orders Flags Half Staff To Honor Veterans On Armistice Day

UNDATED ( – Governor Mike Pence orders flags be flown at half staff in observance of our military on Armistice Day. Full story

Ind. ends 2013 budget with improved cash balance

Indiana's budget picture is a little brighter with news the state ended its last fiscal cycle with more money than expected. Full story

Ind. gov appoints members to Career Council

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence applauded Tuesday a group of business and state leaders who will spend the coming months investigating how to employ more Hoosiers. Full story

Ind. leaders, German diplomat tout jobs alliance

German Ambassador Peter Ammon and two top Indiana leaders spent Monday touting international skills training they say will help fill well-paying and vacant jobs in the state. Full story

Fresh blood in Washington?

   Many Americans are tired of the same old politicians in Washington. With congress at an approval rating of 10%, some wonder where the fresh blood might come from. S.E. Cupp went to Indianapolis to get a reading on Indiana Governor Mike Pence, a former congressman who was sworn into the state house j

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  Mike 'two times' Pence to steal 'Gov. Ultrasound' title

Rachel Maddow reports on the likelihood of Indiana Governor Mike Pence taking the title of "Governor Ultrasound" from Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell because of a bill progressing through the Indiana legislature that would require TWO medically unnecessary vaginal ultrasounds from women seeking lega

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Indiana Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence speaks to supporters with his family at his side at an Indiana Republican Party Tuesday, Nov. 6, in Indianapolis. Pence defeated Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian Rupert Boneham.