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Yesterday | Rail PAC
Indiana transportation officials said they were trying to keep the route viable until a private company could take over the cost of operating the short-distance trains.
Yesterday | The Republic
The Indiana Supreme Court on Friday put on hold a lower court judge's ruling striking down the state's right-to-work law and denied a request that it be consolidated with a similar case, clearing the way for the justices to hear oral arguments on the issue next week.
Yesterday | The Indianapolis Star
Slow down in work zones: Indiana troopers patrol in pickups Indiana State troopers are using white pickup trucks to monitor highway traffic this Labor Day holiday weekend.
Friday | TheIndyChannel
A day care under scrutiny for an alleged child molestation involving a staff member was cited by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration during its last inspection, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney found.
Friday | Palladium-Item
BMV closes for 3-day holiday weekend All branches of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will be closed through Monday for the Labor Day holiday.
Friday | Washington Times
Indiana residents will have more than triple the number of health insurance plans to choose from when the federal insurance exchange enrollment period starts in November, according to a state official.
Friday | Palladium-Item
Bridge work to impact U.S. 35 entrance ramp A bridge project will likely impact an entrance ramp to Interstate 70 for about two months.
MCS says its bullying plan is working MCS says its bullying plan is working Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1pneusu Bullying, clearly, is an issue here.
Business leaders split Wednesday on their support of a proposed work-share program that would let Indiana companies reduce work hours for employees, who could then collect partial unemployment benefits.
Bullying measure shouldn't be taken lightly Bullying measure shouldn't be taken lightly Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1tLVp2E Indianapolis school children signed an anti-bullying banner "Crush Bullying" during a January event in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Teachers union to Pence: Pause accountability Union president Teresa Meredith makes request in letter to governor.
Democratic candidate for auditor Mike Claytor motioned to the Statehouse Tuesday and said ethics "left the building", as he ran down a list of high-profile investigations that have resulted in little if any punishment.
The town received two bids one from Smoot Construction for $15,211.90 and one from Reliable Roofing for $13,980.
Amid the rush for U.S. Supreme Court review of gay-marriage bans that have been struck down from coast to coast, Wisconsin and Indiana are set to ask a federal appeals court to declare their laws barring such unions constitutional.
Banks received the award for his efforts to establish the Indiana Veteran Recovery Program and Fund during the Indiana General Assembly's 2014 session, a Senate spokesman said.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:59 pm
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