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September 30, 2016

 

The sculpture

New Symposium Celebrates Art, Architecture In Columbus

International experts and community leaders will gather in Columbus this weekend for a symposium exploring the city's art and architecture.

September 30, 2016

 

Pete Dye

At 90 Years Old, Pete Dye Opens New Golf Course In Westfield

Pete Dye has designed more than 150 courses around the globe, but his latest course to open in Westfield is close to home.

September 30, 2016

 

Exodus continues to resettle Syrian families while it awaits an appeals court ruling on its lawsuit challenging Gov. Mike Pence’s decision to ban Syrian refugees from the state.

Noon Edition: Refugee Resettlement Comes To Bloomington

This week we’ll meet with local experts to talk about refugee resettlement in light of Indiana’s fight to prevent federal funding from helping Syrian refugees.

September 30, 2016

 

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Watch: Panel Discusses CARA Funding To Combat Opioid Abuse

The Comprehensive Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act is designed to funnel funds to states for opioid addiction treatment.

September 30, 2016

 

The Bear Run mine near Dugger, Indiana.

Hoosiers Push For Mine Restoration Dollars

Supporters of the RECLAIM Act say reclaiming old coal mines will open former coal towns to new economic opportunities.

September 30, 2016

 

tractor

Farm Fatalities Up 10 Percent, Tractor Overturns The Leading Cause

Purdue's annual report found 28 farm-related deaths last year, up from 25 in 2014.

September 29, 2016

 

Carl Koontz

Police: 25 Rounds Fired In March Shootout That Left Deputy Dead

Investigation results said Deputy Carl Koontz and Sgt. Jordan Buckley fired 16 rounds in the March 20 shootout inside a Russiaville mobile home

September 29, 2016

 

The low revenue numbers are giving state lawmakers pause as they debate tax reform issues.

Indiana Tax Amnesty Program Brought In Twice The Revenue Expected

The state collected $188.5 million in back taxes during the amnesty period by agreeing to waive late fees, interest and penalties on the delinquent payments.

September 29, 2016

 

In a VMT system, people pay for how many miles they drive.

Roads Task Force Debates Potential Infrastructure Funding Sources

And an idea promoted by a Purdue expert testifying before the panel provoked debate among its members: the value of vehicle miles traveled, or VMT, fees.

September 29, 2016

 

 Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide are released when fossil fuels are burned for energy. They’re the planet warming emissions behind human-induced climate change.

Indiana Has More ‘Super Polluters’ Than Any Other State

Five coal plants in Indiana ranked in the top 100 for both toxic and greenhouse gas pollution — more than any other state.

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