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In a four-way Republican race for Indiana Attorney General, incumbent Curtis Hill found himself under attack Thursday night, May 28, by former Congressman Todd Rokita (Ink Free News)

Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is accusing Marion County election officials of not being prepared early enough to handle the influx of absentee-ballot applications and says the deadline to submit mail-in ballots won’t be extended despite delays in voters receiving ballots.  (IBJ)

You might not have known it if you were waiting for a candidate to come to your door, but Indiana has a primary election Tuesday. Because of coronavirus, it will be an election that involves an unusual number of mail-in ballots, and candidates have not been able to campaign the way they normally would have.  (WIBC)

Indiana is making $30 million available to small businesses to help them recover from losses caused by the coronavirus outbreak, officials said Friday.  (AP – Indiana)

Dozens gathered in Downtown Indianapolis on Friday afternoon to protest a fatal shooting earlier this month by an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer.   (Indy Star)

Two Saturdays ago I woke up with a fever, sore throat and dry cough.  As a journalist almost exclusively covering the coronavirus outbreak the last nine weeks, I knew what those symptoms could mean. I also knew what I had to do before returning to work: Get tested for COVID-19. On the day my results came back, the State Department of Health reported that a total of 165,448 Hoosiers had received tests. Here’s what it took to be one of them.   (Indiana Public Media)

The Porter and LaPorte county fairs have been canceled because of concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)

A new era began Thursday when Dr. Matthew Sutter was named Allen County health commissioner by the Board of Health.  (Journal Gazette)