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Blue Indy, the multi-million dollar electric and hybrid ride-sharing program starts next week.

The City of Indianapolis is prepping for the official September kickoff of Blue Indy.


A refinery in Whiting, Indiana that partially shut down earlier this month is back up and running, which could mean lower fuel prices are to come.

Gas prices in Indiana may finally be ready to fall again.


Kokomo YMCA City Hall

Mayor Goodnight tells us who gets to use their new downtown baseball stadium as well as the progress of summer road construction projects.


A third human case of West Nile virus has been confirmed in St. Joseph county.

The Associated Press reports a northern Indiana refinery that partially shut down earlier this month is up and running again.


More than 800 accredited colleges and universities nationwide do not require students to submit standardized test scores to be considered for admission. (Photo Credit: James Martin/Flickr)

In general, Indiana colleges and universities shy away from new trends in college admissions, like becoming test-optional and relying heavily on social media.



The Indiana Grown program, which launched in July, markets agricultural products grown and processed in the state to retailers, restaurants and consumers.

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