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July 3, 2015


Morning Headline Roundup: July 3, 2015

Millions of drivers will be hitting the roads this weekend, and fireworks will be lighting up skies around the state. Read more in our morning roundup.

December 22, 2014


$4 Million Awarded To Five Cities For Blight Elimination

The money will go to Anderson, Evansville, Muncie, Terre Haute and Daleville.

September 8, 2014


Indiana Demolishes First Home In Blight Elimination Effort

Indiana plans to spend $75 million in federal grants to demolish 4,000 abandoned properties across the state.

June 7, 2014


Indiana GOP Includes Marriage Language In Party Platform

The GOP voted at its state convention to declare marriages between a man and a woman the basis of strong families and the foundation of society.

April 14, 2014


Former Rep. Peggy Welch Named Local Govt. Liaison

Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann has named the former Democratic state representative to become the director of intergovernmental relations.

February 3, 2014


Lt. Governor Announces Blight Elimination Program

Indiana is diverting federal money to help local communities demolish abandoned homes.

December 6, 2013


New Ivy Tech Program Offers Job Training For Vets

Veterans will be able to start the jobs training in January at Ivy Tech Southwest.

October 15, 2013


State Officials Prioritizing Abandoned Homes For Demolition

The lieutenant governor and state legislators are discussing how to prioritize funding from the "Hardest Hit Fund" to rehabilitate or demolish homes.

October 11, 2013


Pence Creates Panel To Plan The Future Of Transportation

On Thursday, governor Mike Pence announced the creation of a blue ribbon transportation panel that will plan the future of infrastructure in Indiana.

March 4, 2013


State, Crane Partner To Launch Defense Development Office

Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann announced Monday the newly created Office of Defense Development would be located in Bloomington.

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