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6 hrs ago | Indianapolis Business News

STYRING: Utopian transit dreamers could railroad taxpayers

After years of trying, mass transit advocates have finally steered a central Indiana transit bill through the General Assembly.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

WLKY-TV Louisville

Opening of Indiana side of Big Four Bridge delayed again

BUT THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HAS DELAYED THAT ONCE AGAIN. WLKY'S CORY PIPPIN HAS THE STORY.

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WLKY-TV Louisville

Residents, officials frustrated after latest Big Four Bridge delay

Jeffersonville residents and officials express their frustration of the latest delay in the opening of the Indiana side of the Big Four Bridge.

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Daily Kos

Dominion Power buys California solar, and Virginians ask, "Why not us?"

The news broke on April Fools' Day, making Virginians feel we were the victims of a bad joke: Dominion Power announced it had bought six California solar projects, for a total capacity of 139 megawatts .

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Muncie Free Press

Governor Concludes Jobs Mission; Announces Another German Firm Bringing Jobs to Indiana

Governor Mike Pence concluded his jobs and economic development mission to Germany today by announcing that another German company will locate operations in Indiana.

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TheIndyChannel

Environmental groups sue to stop Illiana tollway

Environmental groups are suing to try to stop a proposed $1.3 billion tollway linking northern Illinois and northwestern Indiana.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

The Madison Courier

Bridge to open tonight

Renee Bruck Courier Staff Writer The Madison-Milton bridge is scheduled to reopen to motorists tonight, nearly a week after crews slid the superstructure to its permanent location on refurbished piers.

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WNDU-TV South Bend

Notorious Plymouth meth cook sentenced to 28 years in prison

"For the last six or seven years, one name consistently came up over and over in the overwhelming number of meth related cases handled by local law enforcement," explained Chief Deputy Prosecutor Nelson Chipman.

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WTCA-AM Plymouth

Indiana's Roadsides to be Tidied Up

Mother Nature has been relentless this winter, and now that the snow has melted it's time for spring cleaning of our highways and byways.

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WDRB-TV Louisville

Jeffersonville mayor blasts INDOT over Big Four Bridge progress

Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore expressed "disappointment and frustration" with the Indiana Department of Transportation Thursday afternoon in a press release criticizing the department's decision not to open the Big Four Bridge on April 30 as originally planned.

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Times-Union

Mother Of Indiana

Editor, Times-Union: Rep. Rebecca Kubacki recently said "I'm going to be the Mother of Indiana."

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I-Newswire.com

Study BMV Approved Indiana Driver Safety Program on Smartphones and Tablets

Indiana Online Driver Improvement, Inc., a prominent provider of defensive driving courses in the state since 1996, offers a new, advanced mobile app to enable drivers in Indiana to conveniently study and complete a driver safety program from their tablets or Smartphones.

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Decatur Daily Democrat

Key Stellar grant dates are rapidly approaching

Mayor John Schultz expressed "high expectations" at Tuesday night's city council meeting when he talked about the city's bid for a multimillion dollar Stellar Communities grant.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

WTHR-TV Indianapolis

IU awards Meryl Streep with honorary degree

A threat written on a bathroom wall prompted a lockdown at Center Grove High School Tuesday afternoon.

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Advance Indiana

Indiana Corrections To Dump Inmates On Counties, IMPD Staffing...

Gov. Mike Pence and the leaders of the General Assembly constantly pat themselves on the back for the great job they're doing managing the state's budget.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

WTHR-TV Indianapolis

Threat prompts lockdown at Center Grove High School

A threat written on a bathroom wall prompted a lockdown at Center Grove High School Tuesday afternoon.

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Bellingham Herald

Excerpts from recent Indiana newspaper editorials

If you're mailing a check to the Indiana Department of Revenue today, you might already have pondered the disconnect between how much you're paying in state and local taxes and the tax-cut boasting you hear from state officials.

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Washington Times

Excerpts from recent Indiana newspaper editorials

If you're mailing a check to the Indiana Department of Revenue today, you might already have pondered the disconnect between how much you're paying in state and local taxes and the tax-cut boasting you hear from state officials.

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Washington Times

Indianapolis council shies away from weapons ban

An Indianapolis City-County Council wary of possible lawsuits has shied away from banning residents from discharging weapons recreationally.

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Indianapolis Business News

Education officials release draft of academic standards

State education officials have released draft academic standards for grades K-12 that combine elements of Common Core, previous Indiana guidelines and recommendations from outside organizations.

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