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September 13, 2017

 

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Man Suspected Of Planning Terrorism Sentenced To Prison

An Indianapolis-area man who authorities say was suspected of planning an act of domestic terrorism has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

September 11, 2017

 

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett (second from left) discusses the region's proposal to Amazon.

Central Indiana To Compete For Amazon HQ2

The mayors of Indianapolis and Fishers joined with business leaders to throw their collective hats into the ring.

September 8, 2017

 

Amazon's Seattle headquarters occupies 8.1 million square feet of space. The company says its next HQ could cover nearly the same area by the time it's fully built out.

Indy Would Be ‘A Longshot’ In Bid To House Massive New Amazon HQ

Indianapolis could meet Amazon's real estate, infrastructure and demographic criteria, analysts say, but will have trouble with the workforce requirements.

September 7, 2017

 

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Museum A ‘Tangible Reminder’ Of Indiana’s Mental Health History

Indiana’s Medical History Museum transports you to the late 1800s when Central State Mental Hospital opened on the west side of Indianapolis.

September 7, 2017

 

Gleaners CEO John Elliot testifies at food desert study committee.

Study Committee Discusses Food Deserts, Solutions

This is the third year Indiana lawmakers have considered legislation to address the lack of healthy food in Indiana.

September 5, 2017

 

An agricultural researcher works at Dow AgroSciences in Indianapolis.

Dow, DuPont Complete $130B Merger, Setting Up Indiana Job Shifts

In the next 18 months, the newly created DowDuPont will split into three businesses – for material sciences, specialty products and agricultural chemicals.

August 31, 2017

 

Hoosiers gathered Wednesday night to express concerns about the federal budget.

Activists Rally To Oppose 2018 Federal Budget

Members of Congress from Indiana were urged to reject a budget that cuts federal health spending, supports deportation and mass incarceration.

August 23, 2017

 

A sign heralded a new employer's arrival in the small Carroll County town of Camden last fall.

Job Growth In Urban Areas Outstripped Rural Counties In Past Year

Seventy percent of the past year's job growth was concentrated around cities, while rural places struggled to create new jobs and maintain their workforces.

August 23, 2017

 

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Nearly 50 Nabbed In Suburban Indianapolis Drug-Dealing Sweep

Law enforcement agencies in Johnson County conducted the sweep that began Wednesday morning and had netted 49 suspects by early afternoon.

August 22, 2017

 

Michael Warren has spent about $400 out-of-pocket this summer to fill potholes in his Indianapolis neighborhood.

Indy Man’s Pothole Project Digs Into Local Road Funding Debate

Michael Warren’s project, which he calls Open Source roads, reveals a lot about the different ways residents and governments try to care for their communities.

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