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53 min ago | The News and Tribune
Now that reform has been implemented, Gov. Mike Pence said Tuesday it's time for Indiana's legislature to focus on education innovation.
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5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Security device maker Allegion says it is establishing its North American headquarters in suburban Indianapolis and plans adding up to 100 employees there in the coming year.
9 hrs ago | Indianapolis Business News
Indiana agribusiness executive Ted McKinney will be the new director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
Education reform in Indiana has been a heated issue, as Governor Mike Pence has repeatedly butted heads with State Superintendent of Education Glenda Ritz.
Rabbi Bruce Pfeffer points out the bidirectional meter on the back of the home he and his wife, Dr. Amy Beth Kressel, own.
Gov. Mike Pence expanded Wednesday on an education agenda largely focused on early childhood education and charter schools but was still short on details about how to fund it.
This can't be good. The New York Times reports this morning that a group of Kentucky mothers, bent on getting basketball scholarships for their sons, has teamed with a production The New York Times reports that a group of Kentucky women is trying to pitch a new reality series: "Real Basketball Moms of Kentucky."
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is informing more than 10,000 current members of the Healthy Indiana Plan that their benefits will continue through the end of April 2014 to allow additional time for them to obtain new health coverage through the federal marketplace at www.healthcare.gov.
The leading edge of light snow is moving through central Indiana overnight. There will be some minor accumulations.
The state will require agencies to hold back an additional 1.5 percent of their appropriations, sell the state plane, delay planned expenses for the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, and require a 2 percent reserve on university operations and line items.
Not far into the New Deal, Franklin Delano Roosevelt's critics had a lot of fun at his expense by cracking jokes about the "alphabet soup" he'd cooked up by creating a lot of government agencies known only by their acronyms.
One of Indiana’s most powerful state agencies will get two new regulators early next year who will make decisions on billions of dollars in utility rates paid by Indiana consumers.
American Electric Power plant's, the largest coal fired plant in the world, twin stacks bellow smoke during the peak energy season in the month of July.
New research suggests lung cancer isn't always as deadly as doctors once thought.
January is going to be an even tougher month for 900,000 food stamp recipients unless they plan ahead.
There won't be any quick reopening at Louie's Coney Island. The Kokomo eatery, in the same family since 1937, was destroyed by the Nov. 17 tornado.