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11 hrs ago | Indiana Law Blog
Both Lesley Weidenbener of The Statehouse File and Barb Berggoetz of the Indianapolis Star have stories late today reporting that, to quote from the Star story: Indiana is appealing a federal ruling that reduces by $62.8 million the amount tobacco companies were due to pay the state in 2014 to compensate for smoking-related illnesses.
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15 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
So did you get enough to eat this past week? Did you find it hard to choose between seconds on the... The trials of the three suspects in the Richmond Hill explosion, which killed two people and damaged dozens of homes, are shaping up to be among the most complicated, costly and time-consuming in Marion County history.
16 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
A City-County Council committee tonight unanimously endorsed a proposal that would toughen Marion Countyís smoke detector rules but could cost residents and landlords more money.
22 hrs ago | WTLC-AM Indianapolis
This will be Branch #3053's final meeting of the year and will also serve as a holiday party with a meet and greet.
The Marion County prosecutor has charged an Indianapolis mother with the murder of her two-year-old daughter.
The array of artwork assembled by the new Eskenazi Health hospital is impressive enough to make some museums envious.
Natasha Cole, who moved into her new home four months ago, says she's thankful it was in time for the holidays.
Most mornings of most weeks, dozens of rambunctious children pour into Horizon Christian School at Shepherd Community Center .
Former Indianapolis police officer David Bisardís troubles with the law arenít over yet.
Opponents of Marion County's 2012 smoking ban lost a second court battle Monday, but they say it's not the end of the road.
Student from rival high schools in Howard County are working together to raise funds for people in the Kokomo area who suffered damages when tornadoes and other storms moved through recently.
A three-judge panel for the Indiana Court of Appeals heard arguments Monday in the ongoing legal battle between the state and IBM over the failed effort to privatize welfare.
In WANDA GOODPASTER et al.v. CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS,et al , a 20 page opinion, Judge Kanne writes: Appellants, who own bars in Indianapolis-Marion County, Indiana, filed suit seeking injunctive and declaratory relief against enforcement of the 2012 Indianapolis-Marion County smoking ordinance.