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  1. David George HavelyRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star

    David George Havely, 70, of Greenwood passed away August 26, 2015. He was born April 13, 1945, in Indianapolis, to the late George Kenneth and Marian Havely.


  2. Saint Catherine Hospital of Indiana LLC v. Indiana Family and Social Services AdministrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | FindLaw

    Before BAUER, FLAUM, and WILLIAMS, Circuit Judges. James Edwin McGhee, III, Seiller Waterman LLC, Louisville, KY, for Plaintiff-Appellant.


  3. Indiana Supreme Court hears dispute over '0INK' plateRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Cybercast News Service

    Indiana's highest court is considering whether a police officer was wrongly denied a vanity license plate saying '0INK,' which state officials deemed offensive. Solicitor General Thomas Fisher told the Indiana Supreme Court on Thursday that the Bureau of Motor Vehicles has the right to reject offensive messages sought on personalized license plates.


  4. Area embodies the potential presented by Regional CitiesRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    The first is the annual growth rate the 11-county region can expect if it continues at its present pace.


  5. Thousands in Indiana could lose food stamps under new ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | SFGate

    Food pantries and social service agencies across Indiana are bracing for the possibility that up to 50,000 people could lose food stamp benefits this fall unless they comply with a change in federal work and job training requirements. Indiana had suspended Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program requirements for able-bodied adults who don't have dependents under a 2009 waiver because of high unemployment during the recession.


  6. Detour on bridge to beginRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Republic

    A section of State Road 46 will be closed southeast of Columbus starting Monday and remain off-limits to traffic until early November. The bridge over Fishers Fork, about one mile east of U.S. 31, will undergo extensive renovations as part of a $1.4 million project, said Harry Maginity, Indiana Department of Transportation spokesman.


  7. Column: Mixing questions of cash flow, general good yields flawed answersRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Republic

    This issue was addressed in a 2010 study, "Intrastate Distribution of State Government Revenues and Expenditures in Indiana" sponsored by the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute and conducted by the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State University. The study concluded the people and businesses of Indianapolis , in 2009, paid $420 million more in taxes and fees to the state than they received back as expenditures by the state.


  8. Thousands in Indiana could lose food stamps underaRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | WHAS11

    Up to 50,000 Indiana residents could be at risk of losing their food stamp benefits this fall. The impending situation has social service agencies and food pantries bracing for an upswing in people relying on their services.


  9. BriefsRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    The Allen County SPCA is one of only 28 animal shelters across the nation selected to participate as a destination shelter in the program.


  10. Power lines to be pulled over I-69, slowdowns expectedRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | WANE-TV Fort Wayne

    An Indiana Michigan Power crew uses a helicopter to pull power lines over I-69 . FORT WAYNE, Ind.


  11. County sees more than 150 cases of fraud in past yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Journal

    In the past year, residents have reported more than 150 cases of fraud in the county and 55 in Greenwood. Franklin could not provide a number.


  12. I-65 detour costing drivers, businesses; INDOT still not talking penalties against WalshRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WISH-TV Indianapolis

    The Interstate 65 North detour has been in place for more than three weeks now. That means three weeks of backups and three weeks of headaches.


  13. Focus on safer, healthier ways to travel in cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Republic

    A new initiative is underway in Columbus that's exploring options to make the city safer for bicycles and pedestrians and to improve the overall health of Columbus residents. Reach Healthy Communities received a $125,000 Plan4Health grant in March from the American Planning Association to design a program that would enable residents to walk or bike around the city more often, helping reduce obesity and other weight-related issues.


  14. Sever Storey Representing Landowners Affected by I-69 Extension as IDOT Deciding on RouteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | OnlinePRNews

    ... certainly affect a large number of property owners, both commercial and residential. Specifically, the Indiana government will need to condemn properties in the projected path of the highway and uproot homeowners and business owners alike. ...


  15. Work on Indiana Steel site to beginRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Star Press

    Work on Indiana Steel site to begin The goal of the developer is to have demolition done and dirt distributed "before snow." Check out this story on MUNCIE - Work on the proposed Kitselman Energy Park at the former Indiana Steel and Wire site on the city's east side should begin soon, principals said Friday.


  16. Road ClosingsRead the original story

    Friday | The Madison Courier

    The Indiana Department of Transportation will close State Road 3 at Paris Crossing at its bridge over Grahams Creek beginning today. The bridge near the Jennings-Jefferson County line will be fitted with a new deck overlay.


  17. City wants input on RV parking on streetsRead the original story

    Friday | The Madison Courier

    Members of Madison City Council's traffic committee hope to gain more public opinion on the city's ordinance concerning the parking of recreational vehicles on city streets. The traffic committee tabled a decision of whether or not to recommend an amendment to the current ordinance during a meeting Thursday night.


  18. West Virginia Considers Big Step To Crack Down On CorruptionRead the original story

    Friday | Switched

    West Virginia lawmakers will begin talks next month about establishing an independent state inspector general's office tasked with coordinating investigations into corruption, waste and fraud across state agencies. The new office would be modeled partly on successful examples of IG offices in other states, including Virginia, Louisiana, Indiana and Ohio.


  19. Section of Ind. 1 will close TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Palladium-Item

    Section of Ind. 1 will close Tuesday Chip-sealing work will be done on a 5-mile stretch near Hagerstown.


  20. Ind. Decisions - 7th Circuit decides one Indiana case today, a reversalRead the original story

    Friday | Indiana Law Blog

    In Saint Catherine Hospital v. Indiana Family and Social Serv , an 11-page opinion, Judge Williams writes: St. Catherine Hospital had to pay a Hospital Assessment Fee as part of an Indiana program designed to increase Medicaid reimbursements to eligible hospitals.