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February 9, 2018

 

Alcoa wants to expand its operations at Liberty Mine in Warrick County.

Dispute Between Alcoa And Boonville Could Have Larger Impact

Boonville, Ind. Mayor Charlie Wyatt worked at Alcoa for 41 years. Now the company writing his retirement checks suing the town he serves as mayor.

February 9, 2018

 

Gun range

Owen County Zoning Board Working With Gun Range To Ensure Safety

The firing range in Spencer remains closed after nearby residents claim their homes were hit with stray bullets.

February 9, 2018

 

Near sign

Teacher Housing Tackles Turnover, Neighborhood Revitalization

Keeping teachers around is a complicated issue, but officials say housing often plays a key role.

February 9, 2018

 

runners on IU's cross country course

Residents Worry New IU Hospital Could Impact Running Course

IU Health’s new regional academic health center is set to open in 2020, but some residents are concerned the new hospital could displace a running course.

February 9, 2018

 

bear run

Tonight On ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Coal Mine Dispute & Teacher Housing

A mine wants to reopen in Southern Indiana, but a dispute has led to a standstill. And a pilot project that helps teachers put down roots in their community.

February 7, 2018

 

Hip 2.0 letter

New Rules Could Lock HIP Enrollees Out Of Coverage For Six Months

The changes are part of last week’s federal authorization, which allows Indiana to continue operating HIP 2.0 for another three years.

February 2, 2018

 

Indiana University students attended a screening of the film, HAZE.

Film Directed By IU Alum Addresses Hazing, Alcohol In Greek Life

A film directed by an Indiana University alum tackles the dark side of Greek life.

February 2, 2018

 

Piles of Timber

Watch ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Hate Crimes Bill And Logging

The demise of Indiana's hate crimes bill. Proposed legislation would allow logging on private land. And how craft breweries are preparing for Sunday sales.

February 2, 2018

 

Sign that reads

Tonight At 6 On ‘Indiana Newsdesk:’ Hate Crimes Bill And Logging

The demise of Indiana's hate crimes bill. Proposed legislation would allow logging on private land. And how craft breweries are preparing for Sunday sales.

February 2, 2018

 

The bill would prohibit local governments from regulating logging and mineral extraction on private property.

Logging Bill Sparks Debate Over Property Rights, Natural Resources

The bill would stop local governments from being able to regulate logging or mineral extraction on private property.

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