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The biggest piece of Governor Pence's tax simplification bill has been scrapped, at least for now. Pence's proposal included a streamlined version of the rules for granting businesses a sales tax exemption when they buy equipment. But a review by the legislature's nonpartisan...
The National Weather Service says so far this month, Indiana is colder than normal for February. Proof of that will hit Tuesday night. Meteorologist Crystal Pettet says a large, upper-low system is bringing frigid temperatures down from Canada to the eastern half of the United...
It turns out that rumors of parents holding "measles parties" were unfounded, but one doctor hopes that no parent thinks it is a good idea. Last week, a parent in California claimed that she was invited to allow her healthy but unvaccinated children to play with a child who had...
A Ball State University expert says proposed rules on drones are flying in the right direction. The Federal Aviation Administration has opened up an 18-month public comment period on rules that would allow drone flights for commercial purposes that include: aerial mapping,...
It's President's Day, and one Hoosier has a pretty important claim to the day. John Scott Harrison is the only person in American History who is both the father, and son of a president. The accomplishment of Presidents William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison were pretty...
A move to assist with financing for a new Indianapolis soccer stadium has cleared its first legislative hurdle. The House Ways and Means Committee voted 20-3 to give the Indy Eleven the same funding boost which helped build the Colts and Pacers' homes, and finance improvements...
With oil prices climbing again and refineries entering maintenance season, one expert says don't expect gas prices to fall again. Gasbuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says oil prices are back above $50 a barrel. He says believe it or not, refineries are also...
What is being called a rally for public education could perhaps be more accurately called a rally for the state superintendent. This afternoon's rally at the north atrium of the Statehouse was organized primarily by the two teacher unions, though other groups who generally favor...
It'll be a two-year process to streamline a complex roster of motor-vehicle fees that Governor Pence has blamed for repeated BMV overcharges. House Roads and Transportation Chairman Ed Soliday says there are more than 1,200 motor-vehicle fees, many of which are either obsolete...