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The Indiana Farm Bureau and friends are seeking ways to help Hoosier farmers. They're looking into the best way to brand "Indiana Grown" products. Retail Agriculture Business Specialist Bob White says the Indiana Grown Commission is re-evaluating the state's current brand. He...
(image courtesy of State Farm) The State Court of Appeals upheld Indiana's largest ever defamation award, overturning a second appeal by State Farm Insurance. State Farm has already paid a judgment to roofing contractor Joseph Radcliffe. Courts had previously ruled that State...
The Indianapolis City-County Council's Administration and Finance Committee tabled a proposal Tuesday night to eliminate the local homestead tax credit. Eliminating the tax credit was proposed by Mayor Greg Ballard to help fund his pre-kindergarten program for low-income...
The legislature's oversight panel for state pension funds is looking over what might happen if the state switched to 401-k-style retirement funds. The Indiana Public Retirement System says its pensions are on solid financial footing, and says it doesn't plan any changes. But...
Fall doesn't begin until next week, but the return to fall and winter gasoline has already begun. One analyst says that means lower gas prices in the near future. "Since June, when everyone was in an uproar about violence in Iraq, crude oil prices have come down by about 13-to-...
Bryant Stone (photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD detectives arrested an Indianapolis man Tuesday for the murder of another man on the city's near northwest side in April 2013. Police say Bryant Stone, 39, is accused of shooting and killing Timothy Loynes, 31, on April 14, 2013 in the...
Indiana State Police arrested the former assistant director of the Howard County Convention and Visitors' Bureau (CVB) on theft charges. Kimberly Morgan, 48, from Kokomo is accused of taking over 18-thousand dollars in CVB funds and depositing the money into her personal bank...
Several Central Indiana communities are beginning study and design work on what's being called, "the first full electric bus rapid transit in the nation." Numerous Central Indiana Mayors say "The Red Line" will help push the north-south corridor of mass transit forward...
(image courtesy of Facebook) A second secular group has sent a letter to Governor Pence complaining about a memorial on state land that contains a Christian cross. “The message could not be clearer–the inclusion of the cross sends a message that it is the Christian veterans who...