Bennett says the fees will likely be decreased by city council members once debate begins at city hall.
Last year, Indiana lawmakers rewrote the rules for how they give money to their public schools.
Mayor Jim Lienhoop says a consultant has been hired to look into development of the river front.
Results for IU’s continuing assessment of diversity covers the campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis.
Hamilton compares digital infrastructure to electricity and water in the 20th century and says the city needs to improve broadband services.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk about water problems. What is safe drinking water? How does good water turn bad?
Bennett says the next phase of federal unfunded water upgrades requires the city to borrow $40 million.
Mayor Jim Lienhoop meets with us for the first time as we return to Columbus for 'Ask The Mayor.'
The lawsuit alleges ordinances passed in several Indiana cities violate RFRA.
Hamilton says he's throwing the doors to city hall open literally and figuratively.