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July 16, 2014

 

The economic development commission has recommended a 100 percent tax abatement over a ten-year period on the investment.

General Motors Proposes $27 Million Investment In Bedford

General Motors plans to invest about $27 million in a Bedford plant to buy production equipment for casting.

June 4, 2014

 

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Comcast Launches 80,000 WiFi Hotspots Using Existing Modems

Comcast has launched 80,000 WiFi hook-ups for their users in Indiana using separate lines on people's existing modems.

June 4, 2014

 

Jason Kloth, Indianapolis deputy mayor of education, announced the board's approval of the charter school Monday.

Board Approves Charter School At Juvenile Detention Center

The Indianapolis Charter School Board approved the Francis Marion Academy, a school aimed to help students who are going through the juvenile justice system.

May 29, 2014

 

Preliminary tests of the virus came out positive for the Illinois man.

CDC: Indiana MERS Patient Did Not Spread Virus To Colleague

New tests show an Illinois business associate of the first MERS patient did not contract the virus.

May 28, 2014

 

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Rep. Todd Young Seeks Legislative Changes For VA Care

Young says he supports two bills being considered in the House this week but wants to see even bolder legislative changes.

May 21, 2014

 

Families By Choice founder Muriel Ryan says visitors in the area have the wrong idea about homeless campers at Hawthorn Park.

Terre Haute Homeless Coalition Fights Park Policy

A homeless coalition in Vigo County wants parks officials to repeal a policy they enacted in April.

May 20, 2014

 

Irsay spoke about his health and the prospect of hosting Superbowl LII in Indianapolis.

Irsay Makes First Public Appearance Since DUI Charges

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay made a public appearance Monday at a hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, for the first time since his arrest in March.

May 16, 2014

 

An Indianapolis man is suing his local VA Hospital for malpractice two years after he says doctors caused him permanent damage.

Veteran Sues Indy VA Hospital Over Alleged Malpractice

United States Marine Corps veteran Tony Yeary is suing an Indianapolis Veteran's Administration hospital after he says a doctor left him permanently injured.

May 15, 2014

 

Ivy Tech Chancellor Jennifer Vaughan broke ground with other officials at the school Thursday.

Ivy Tech Bloomington Breaks Ground On Expansion

Officials held a ceremony announcing how the campus on Daniels Way will meet growing demands for space.

May 13, 2014

 

The Indiana University School of Public Health and Centerstone nonprofit group are conducting studies to try and improve the process of identifying cases of the virus.

Pilot Program Aims To Catch More Cases Of Hepatitis C

Researchers in South Central Indiana are looking for clients to participate in pilot studies they think will help identify more cases of the virus.

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