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Indianapolis slims down request to voters for more funding

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s largest school district is slimming down its request for additional tax dollars from voters. The Indianapolis Star reports the new plan seeks to generate about $750 million over eight years, down from the initial $936 million request that was to go before voters on the May primary ballot. The money would […]
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Tuesday night LA chases featured crashes and a suspect driving into a Metro tunnel

LOS ANGELES — A suspect traveling in a possibly stolen pickup truck led authorities on a chase from the Huntington Park area to Boyle Heights, where the suspect was seen driving the truck on light rail tracks into a Metro Gold Line tunnel. Authorities surrounded the Mariachi Plaza area late Tuesday night where the driver was believed to have left the truck near the underground station. Broadcast reports later showed a man there being taken into custody. The chase began about 9:50 p.m. in the Hun...
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Palmer leads Nebraska to 66-57 win over Indiana

James Palmer scored 15 points as Nebraska beat Indiana 66-57, allowing the Huskers the resume their NCAA Tournament pursuit            [Author: AP]
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Work starting soon on new covered bridge near Bloomington

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Officials expect work to begin in early March on building a wooden covered bridge in southern Indiana’s Monroe County. The bridge will span Beanblossom Creek in a rural area a few miles north of Bloomington, near where the county’s last remaining covered bridge was destroyed in a 1976 fire. The (Bloomington) […]
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Carbon-negative fuels in the spotlight as Ohio State, Argonne National Labs, Energy Vision make material progress

OK, you know the climate change drill. Burning liquid fuels releases CO2 and that leads to global warming. It’s one of the reasons that eco-warriors drive electric cars. But is that paradigm shifting? The biggest news along that front represents early-stage technology, but we read here that engineers at Ohio State announced that they’ve devised a process that under certain circumstances can convert coal, shale gas and biomass into electricity or syngas, while consuming carbon dioxide at the sam...
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I Wish I Were as Bad a Christian as Mike Pence

Opinion Mike Pence with President Donald Trump USA – -(Ammoland.com)- I've repeatedly said that though President Trump gives his leftist enemies plenty of fodder in his tweets to attack him, they would malign any Republican president unless he totally capitulated to their demands — and switched parties. Indeed, they always have.The liberals say Trump is such an awful person, which apparently excuses their monomaniacal obsession with destroying his presidency. Yet Vice President Mike Pence is...
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House vote puts Indiana Sunday alcohol sales near approval

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Carryout Sunday alcohol sales are close to becoming a reality in Indiana after the House endorsed legislation previously approved by the Senate. House members voted Tuesday 82-10 in favor of the bill that was amended last week to make it effective immediately after being signed by the governor, rather than July 1. […]
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Evansville medical school to open in August

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A new medical school in southwest Indiana is expected to open to students from three universities in August. The Evansville Courier & Press reports that construction on the facility in downtown Evansville is about 80 percent complete. The facility will host students from Indiana University, University of Southern Indiana and University […]
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Want to Step Up to Your Biggest Small Business Challenge? Read This First

As a philanthropist and award winning television host of shows like “Trading Spaces and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” Ty Pennington has a proven track record of motivating people. That’s why Small Business Trends was happy to interview him and learn what he thought was the biggest challenge facing a small business. “People who have small businesses are focused on what their passion is. They don’t always know what it’s like to try and market or the best way to accomplish that goal with their ...
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Flooding from heavy rain, melting snow hits northern Indiana

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Flooding caused by heavy rainfall and melting snow has closed numerous roads across northern Indiana. The National Weather Service issued flood warnings or advisories for Tuesday covering the northern third of Indiana, along with nearby areas of Michigan and Illinois. The weather service says up to 3 inches of rain […]
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Officials: Girl, 12, arrested after Indiana online threats

DUGGER, Ind. (AP) — Officials say a 12-year-old girl has been arrested after authorities say she made online threats toward students and staff at a school in western Indiana. The Sullivan County sheriff’s department says tips helped authorities find the girl Monday. Investigators believe she’s responsible for threats via Snapchat. Sheriff Clark Cottom says no […]
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Indiana craftsman enjoys carpentry’s problem-solving aspects

GALVESTON, Ind. (AP) — Of all the tools in Toney Robertson’s workshop he uses to craft his furnishings, perhaps one of his most important is a simple bucket. He sits on it while working out the design challenges that take his pieces from an idea in his mind to something that adorns a room. “I […]
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United States: Indiana AG Sues Hotel Over Consumer Review Policy - Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz

In December, the Indiana Attorney General sued a small Indiana hotel, alleging that the hotel charged a customer a $350 fee for posting a negative review online.
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Man in custody after son is fatally shot during argument

CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — A 65-year-old Indiana man is in custody after police say he shot and killed his son during an argument at a home in Crown Point. The (Northwest Indiana) Times reports the man called police around 9:15 p.m. Saturday and said he shot his adult son. When officers arrived they found […]
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Historians find trove of documents about 2 Auburn leaders

AUBURN, Ind. (AP) — Historians in a northeastern Indiana city have unearthed a trove of documents about two Civil War veterans who helped shape the community a century ago. Charles Eckhart and William McIntosh were friends who became community leaders in Auburn, the DeKalb County seat about 20 miles north of Fort Wayne. County historian […]
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Team LeBron edges Team Stephen 148-145 in NBA All-Star Game

LOS ANGELES — LeBron James picked a winner in the NBA All-Star Game. James scored 29 points and hit the go-ahead layup with 34.5 seconds to play, winning his third All-Star Game MVP award while his hand-picked team rallied to win an uncommonly entertaining showcase, beating Team Stephen 148-145 Sunday night. For the first time in the 67 editions of the All-Star Game, the league abandoned the traditional East-West format used since 1951 and allowed team captains James and Steph Curry to choose th...
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LeBron James rises to occasion to lead his team to NBA All-Star Game victory

LOS ANGELES — In the end, it was every bit of what it has become over the years. Nothing more, nothing less. The NBA’s 67th annual midseason celebration was part-basketball game, part-showbiz extravaganza, part-house party, and, by night’s end, everybody seemed to have had a good time at the All-Star Game on Sunday at Staples Center. Under the watchful gaze of legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Russell and Jerry West, who were seated together at courtside, Team LeBron James rallied from a 13-poin...
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Play it Forward Feb. 19-25: Extinguish the flame in South Korea, not the good will

Ranking the top 10 sports events Feb. 19-25 you won’t want to miss: NO. 1: XXIII WINTER OLYMPICS CLOSING CEREMONIES Details/TV: At PyeongChang, South Korea, Sunday, 3 a.m., NBCOlympics.com; 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., (delayed), Ch. 4 The idea came to four-time U.S. women’s ice hockey world champ and Simi Valley native Angela Ruggiero, who sits on the IOC’s executive board: After watching a collection of South and North Korea members combine to compete in the women’s hockey tournament at the Olympics, w...
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Police say skeletal remains found in northern Indiana city

AUBURN, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say someone found skeletal remains in a wooded area on the edge of a northeastern Indiana city. State police say the remains were reported Saturday afternoon by a person who was walking in the woods that are surrounded by a Walmart store and other commercial and industrial businesses in the […]
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$1.2M renovation planned for 9th US president’s Indiana home

VINCENNES, Ind. (AP) — The group which oversees the one-time Indiana home of the nation’s ninth president is making progress toward raising the money for $1.2 million in planned repairs and updates. The Grouseland house in Vincennes was completed in 1804 and was the home of Indiana Territory Gov. William Henry Harrison until 1812. He […]
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Goepper’s journey back from depression ends with 2nd medal

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — Nick Goepper wasn’t ready four years ago. He can admit that now. A bronze medal in Sochi when slopestyle skiing made its Olympic debut gave the 19-year-old a taste of fame he didn’t know how to deal with. He partied with his friends back in Indiana for weeks. He drank […]
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Adam Silver encouraged by NBA players meeting with referees in effort to ease tension

LOS ANGELES — Adam Silver said the NBA’s players and referees have taken important steps toward an improved relationship after the sides met Saturday to air their grievances. “I think it’s fantastic that, and a great statement about this league,” the NBA commissioner said, “that these important stakeholders … think it’s important enough, and they have an obligation to the game, where they should be sitting down and talking to each other.” The sides have been at odds for much of the season, with ...
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Construction underway for USA’s largest on-farm dairy RNG project

In California, Renewable Dairy Fuels (RDF), a business unit of AMP Americas, said that construction is underway on the country’s largest on-farm anaerobic digester-to-vehicle fuel operation. Located in Fair Oaks, Indiana, the dairy project will be the company’s second biogas facility producing renewable natural gas from dairy waste for transportation fuel. The new facility will be 50 percent larger than RDF’s operation at Fair Oaks Farms and will be operational this summer. Every day, three dige...
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2 charged with damaging nature preserve to make bike trail

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two men are accused of damaging a nature preserve in an Indiana state park by building an illegal mountain biking trail. Capt. William Browne of the Indianapolis Department of Natural Resources says herbicide and shovels were used at the nature preserve inside Fort Harrison State Park. The damaged areas include a heron […]
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Hospital donates ultrasound machine to South Bend zoo

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Ailing animals at a northern Indiana zoo are getting high-tech help from Goshen Hospital. The Potawatomi (pot-ah-WAH’-toh-mee) Zoo in South Bend has a long history of using ultrasound to detect health problems in animals. But Dr. Ronan Eustace, the zoo’s veterinarian, says a newer model donated by the hospital is […]
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Columbus to host 2018 history preservative conference

COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) — A statewide conference dedicated to preserving historic places will be held in Columbus this year. The Columbus Republic reports that the 49th annual “Preserving Historic Places” conference will be in the southern Indiana city from April 17 to the 20th. The event is put on by Indiana Landmarks, in partnership with […]
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PE-backed Metal Powder Products acquires NetShape

Metal Powder Products LLC, a portfolio company of Mill Point Capital, has acquired Indiana-based NetShape Technologies Inc, a provider of engineered metal components using powdered metal and metal injection molding technologies. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE February 16, 2018 03:19 PM Eastern Standard Time WESTFIELD, Ind.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Metal Powder Products LLC (“MPP”), a Mill Point Capital portfolio company, announced today that it has acquired NetShape Technologies Inc. (“...
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Shoplifter Escapes Capture By Throwing Her Own Feces At Store Employee

A retail employee who tried to stop an Indiana woman from shoplifting got a rude awakening Tuesday, the Indianapolis Star reported. The unidentified woman managed to escape capture by attacking the loss prevention officer at an Indianapolis Menards store with what appeared to be her own feces.
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Indiana ag leaders: NAFTA overhaul would devastate farmers

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Leaders of Indiana’s agriculture industry say President Donald Trump’s plan to either overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement or withdraw the U.S. from the deal could be a dangerous blow to the state’s farmers. The 1994 trade agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico has benefited American farmers who […]
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Police up presence at southern Indiana school after posts

NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — Police increased their presence at a southern Indiana high school while investigating what they called “concerning social media posts.” New Albany Police Chief Todd Bailey said in a recorded phone call to New Albany High School parents Friday afternoon that additional officers were posted at school as a precaution. He […]
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