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Bankruptcy Filing Won’t Impact I-69 Takeover
The Indiana Finance Authority says the state’s planned takeover of I-69 from Bloomington to Martinsville won’t be impacted by the latest financial woes of the private developer’s parent company. The IFA
In Ed. Funding, Kenley Valued As Frugal Moderate
Sen. Luke Kenley (R-Noblesville) will retire in September. He was a leader in crafting budgets.
Indy Suburbs’ Population Gain Is Rural Indiana’s Loss
That trend isn't new, but it deepened in 2016 census data analyzed this summer by the Indiana Business Research Center.
Salvation Army Seeking Sponsor for Fun Run
The Vincennes Salvation Army is planning on rolling out a new fundraising event next month. Captain Laura Lunnam says Hurdles For Hope is a Fun Run featuring an obstacle course
Senate Budget Architect Kenley To Retire This Fall
Indiana State Senator Luke Kenley, one of the most influential lawmakers at the Statehouse, will retire later this year after 25 years in office.
ISP Equipped with New Life Saving Tool
Indiana State Police now have a new tool to help save lives. Every State Trooper will now carry with them a tool call Resqme, designed to not only break car
IN Adds Methadone Coverage To Treatment Programs
Five new opioid treatment programs are being added in the state's effort to combat the epidemic.