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A top Indiana medical ethicist says the latest Supreme Court challenges to the Affordable Care Act may fizzle out. Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Hall Center for Law and Health Professor David Orentlicher is speaking out one day before the U.S. Supreme Court...
Purdue University has suspended a fraternity for repeated violations of rules involving alcohol and hazing. Purdue announced the two-year suspension of its Sigma Nu chapter jointly with the national Sigma Nu fraternity. "This organization has had, unfornately, a history of...
The public will have an opportunity Tuesday, March 3rd to tour the new John Dillinger Museum in the historic Lake County Courthouse. The museum moved from the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond to the courthouse. Speros Batitastos, president and CEO of the South Shore Convention...
Worries about job commitments and sliding stock prices are forcing The Indianapolis City-County Council to take some more time to think about a 18.5 million dollar incentive package. This is the second time the multimillion dollar tax break has been put on hold before it gets a full council vote. Angie's List announced that they would ask council for a tax break that would come from a tax increment financing ordinance if they could take over an old Ford assembly plant on a blighted portion on Indianapolis' east side. With the exception of a bright spot in 2013, Angie's List stock prices have slid downward since the company went public, recently hitting an all-time low of $4.59 per share at the end of January. The total number of jobs added as part of the incentive package is still somewhat unclear. As part of the TIF, Angie's List said they would add 13-hundred new jobs for a total of 28-hundred employees by the year 20-19. Indianapolis would then check the books in the form of a company provided semi-annual review of their job goals.
Legislative leaders say they're ready to support requiring prescriptions for cold remedies like Sudafed, to prevent drug dealers from using it to make methamphetamine. But rank-and-file legislators may not be ready to go along. State law already limits how much medication...
By a 19-10 vote, the Indianapolis City-County Council approved a proposal to fund the new Indianapolis pre-kindergarten program. The proposal gives $4.2 million for the first year of the five-year program. The total cost of the program is estimated at $40 million with half...
The Indianapolis City-County Council unanimously approved a proposal Monday night which allows for the hiring of 155 new IMPD officers. The proposal gives IMPD $12.5 million to hire the new officers. Many councilors agreed with Councilor Aaron Freeman who said this is a critical...
Indiana State Police arrested an Anderson man on charges of child molestation. The investigation began after State Police detectives received information from the Indiana Department of Child Services that a Wabash County girl had possibly been molested. Detectives learned that...
There is an encouraging new study on a treatment for peanut allergies, but an allergist says that does not mean you should start giving your peanut-allergic kids peanut butter. The study published in the New England Journal of Medicine detailed a treatment given to infants...