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The Late Edition

Buyouts and layoffs at The Indianapolis Star beg questions about what the city would look like without it.

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Ask Me Anything: Jane Pauley

“I have always identified my most Hoosier characteristic as being authentic. Just being myself.”

At Home with Ernie Pyle
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‘At Home with Ernie Pyle’: An Excerpt

Compiling his writings about the state for the first time, a new book reveals just how important those Hoosier ties were to Pyle.

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Q&A: Will Carroll, Sports Journalist and Injury Expert

“Kids and their parents are thinking they’re the next football star or the next Venus Williams or Tiger Woods, so they play the same sport year-round, and they don’t get rest.”

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Tweets of the Week: Peter Wilt, Laverne Cox, Colts & More

Via @JayNilla: “At halftime, the Union leads the Confederacy 27-14.”

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Dear Readers: Check Out Our New Website

We’ve enhanced our look online for tablet, smartphone, and desktop. You’ll find a site that’s easier to navigate and read, with more rich content and offerings. Plus, it’s just plain handsome.

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Bob Kravitz Knows You Hate Him

He reads his mail. He takes your calls. He looks at almost every single sarcastic and anonymous comment you leave beneath his stories on the Star’s website.

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Michael Rubino Joins Indy Monthly as Senior Editor

The recent writer-at-large and former associate editor at IM will return to the magazine full-time on April 1.

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Deborah Paul Says, Stop the Press!

The Star has more local stuff than it once did, I’ll grant you that, and much of it is good. Sometimes, though, you must get desperate to fill space, as with the piece you ran about a deer beaten on the head with a hammer on I-70.

Glenda Ritz
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Doing Their Homework: The Untold Story Behind 2013's Biggest Local Scandal

As AP reporter Tom LoBianco churned out hit after hit, politicos quietly talked about how he was able to get so much dirt on Tony Bennett. But the blogosphere erupted with more pointed talk of foul play by the Glenda Ritz administration.

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Taylor Ellis Joins IM as Assistant Editor

Ellis will cover dining and home, as well as other lifestyle topics and projects. Previously, she initiated a redesign at the award-winning Ball Bearings publication at Ball State University that won Best Overall Design at the 2013 Indiana Collegiate Press Association awards.

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Extra! Extra!

“Our leverage is a moral argument,” says King. “It’s about money being siphoned from an important local institution.” Although the Guild has never gone on strike, King planned to go into negotiations with every available option in his briefcase.