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TV Best Bet: Dodgers vs. Red Sox in the World Series

MLB World Series, Dodgers vs. Red Sox, FoxGame 1, Tuesday at Boston, 5 p.m.Game 2, Wednesday at Boston, 5 p.m.Game 3, Friday, at Los Angeles, 5 p.m.Game 4, Saturday, at Los Angeles, 5 p.m.Game 5, Sunday, at Los Angeles, 5 p.m.*Games 6-7, Oct. 30-31, at Boston, 5 p.m.**If necessary Considering they’ve been playing baseball for more than a century, it’s no coincidence that the World Series between the Dodgers and Red Sox starting Tuesday is stirring up plenty of history. They’re met in the series ...
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Garth Brooks’ concert at Notre Dame success despite weather

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Bad weather tested the devotion of 84,000 fans who went to see Garth Brooks at Notre Dame Stadium over the weekend. And it appears they really wanted to be at the event in northern Indiana. It was the first such concert in the stadium’s 88-year history. The Indianapolis Star reports […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Garth Brooks, Notre Dame, The Indianapolis Star, Notre Dame Stadium, Nation & World


Joe Donnelly Runs to the Middle and Tries to Not Get Run Over

The senator from Indiana is testing whether a Democrat can win re-election in a Trump state while running on bipartisanship and moderation.
Tags: News, Indiana, Trump, Joe Donnelly


We drove a $46,000 Subaru Ascent SUV that will take on Toyota and Ford — here are its best features

The 2019 Subaru Ascent is the newest contender in the mid-size family SUV market. Recently, Business Insider spent a week with a new Subaru Ascent Touring in Magnetite Gray Metallic. The Ascent impressed up with its well-designed cabin, peppy driving dynamics, strong infotainment, and a solid suite of standard safety features.  The base 2019 Subaru Ascent starts at $31,995, while our top-of-the-line Ascent Touring starts at $44,695. With fees, our test car carried an as-test price of $45,670. ...
Tags: Facebook, US, Trends, Indiana, Ford, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Subaru, Tribeca, Mazda, Outback, Recently Business Insider, Subaru Ascent, Magnetite Gray Metallic Subaru


The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: October 20, 2018

Sun-Splashed Leaves (2015) The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: October 20, 2018 We’re at or near peak foliage season in many parts of the country this weekend. We’ve even had a little snow in the air here in Illinois and Indiana, though our colors seem to be lagging behind. We have had several really frosty mornings, however, and we’re about to wrap up the yard and gardens pretty soon so that we can get ready to hunker down in front of the fireplace for a few months. Which means it’s World Series tim...
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A tale of two state tax studies

Most folks agree that Wyoming is one of the most naturally beautiful states in the country. But tax experts have different opinions on its taxes and who they help and hurt. (Grand Teton National Park photo courtesy Wyoming Office of Tourism) One of the great things about taxes is that the policies that create them, the tax laws themselves and who and how they affect millions of taxpayers can be parsed so many ways. Take, for example, two recent analyses of state taxes. Tax Foundation each...
Tags: Florida, Taxes, Congress, Washington, Oregon, Senate, Indiana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Alaska, House, New Jersey, Social Security, Medicare, Nevada, Tax Reform


Indiana dismisses RB Ellison after school's probe

Indiana has dismissed running back Morgan Ellison from the football team and suspended him from the university for two and a half years after a panel concluded he engaged in non-consensual sex with another student.
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A tale of two state tax studies

Most folks agree that Wyoming is one of the most naturally beautiful states in the country. But tax experts have different opinions on its taxes and who they help and hurt. (Grand Teton National Park photo courtesy Wyoming Office of Tourism) One of the great things about taxes is that the policies that create them, the tax laws themselves and who and how they affect millions of taxpayers can be parsed so many ways. Take, for example, two recent analyses of state taxes. Tax Foundation each...
Tags: Florida, Congress, Washington, Oregon, Senate, Marketing, Indiana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Alaska, House, New Jersey, Social Security, Medicare, Nevada, Tax Reform


Book Review: The Sound of Distant Thunder

The following review is a special for BlackFive readers provided by Elise Cooper. You can read all of our book reviews and author interviews by clicking on the Books category link in the right side bar. The Sound of Distant Thunder by Jan Drexler presents a unique look at the Amish society. This first in a series uses the backdrop of the Civil War as the characters struggle to reconcile their convictions and desires with the national interest. Jan Drexler brings an understanding of Amish traditi...
Tags: America, Indiana, Military, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Jonas, South, Drexler, Elise Cooper, Jan Drexler, Katie Stuckey


New fly species found in Indiana may indicate changing climate

A new type of blow fly spotted in Indiana points to shifting species populations due to climate change. Researchers have observed the first evidence of Lucilia cuprina in Indiana, an insect previously known to populate southern states from Virginia to California.
Tags: Virginia, Indiana, Lucilia


Amazon's Whole Foods acquisition is about so much more than groceries

Yes, the grocery business is huge. And while it's one of several industries Amazon hasn't yet dominated, there's something way more significant about their acquisition of Whole Foods. This deal is about location, location, location. No, it's not just about having Amazon groceries in physical locations. This is about creating a more efficient gateway between consumers and Prime, ultimately driving more sales of all Prime-eligible products, not just groceries. The efficiencies result from Amazon d...
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How to Make Peace with Daily Bread

There was a time Shannan Martin thought her hair would turn gray in the farmhouse at the end of a long, gravel lane. She believed her job was to pursue safety and comfort. Back then she didn’t know suffering comes with hidden gifts, or that God’s “more” for her family was going to look like “less.” These days, her ordinary, neighborhood life is a mashup of the magic found when we draw a wider circle around who we call “family” and learn to live in meaningful proximity with the people near us. T...
Tags: Books, Family, Religion, Indiana, Guest Posts, Faith, Jesus, Calvin, Cory, Jeremiah, Goshen Indiana, Shannan Martin, Shannan, Ministry of Ordinary Places


Twitter kills pro-Saudi “botnet” spreading Khashoggi disinformation tweets

Twitter today pulled down a disinfo bot network that was amplifying pro-Saudi talking points about disappeared journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who is presumed to have been tortured and killed on orders of the government of Saudi Arabia. NBC reports that Twitter became aware of the crisis Thursday, when an NBC News reporter presented the social media firm with “evidence of coordinated activity” in the form of “a spreadsheet of hundreds of accounts that tweeted and retweeted the same pro-Saudi gover...
Tags: Twitter, Post, News, Nbc, Saudi Arabia, Nbc News, World news, Indiana, Botnet, Ben Collins, Muhammad Bin Salman, Nimmo, Picks, Saudis, MBS, Botnets


Steve Penny not the only focus of investigations into alleged Nassar cover-up

The arrest of former USA Gymnastics chief executive Steve Penny Wednesday for evidence tampering revealed but one of several tracks being pursued in ongoing investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice, and law enforcement agencies in Texas, Indiana and Colorado into the alleged cover-up of U.S. Olympic and USA Gymnastics national team physician Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse of young gymnasts, according to a person familiar with the investigations. In addition to the Justice Department, the Te...
Tags: Usa, Texas, Colorado, Sports, Sport, Indiana, Indianapolis, Fbi, Gymnastics, Soccer, Olympics, Dolly Parton, Orange County, Justice Department, Texas Rangers, Penny


Roa, Gardner intensify Sprint Car title run at Perris Auto Speedway

The USAC/CRA Sprint Car championship battle between Brody Roa and Damion Gardner continues Saturday at Perris Auto Speedway, complete with Midwest visitors preparing for next month’s prestigious Budweiser Nationals. When the series last competed at PAS in late September, Roa had a 51-point lead. However, in the past three races, Gardner has trimmed the deficit to 30 points with six rounds remaining. In addition to the Sprint Cars, the program will also feature PAS Senior and Young Gun Sprints. S...
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Dad charged sons’ drownings can get treatment in custody

CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — A judge says the father of two Indiana boys who drowned in a river can get mental health and drug treatment while in custody, rather than be released to participate in a drug treatment program. Lake County Judge Samuel Cappas on Wednesday denied a request for lower bond on behalf […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Nation & World, Samuel Cappas


Novartis Buys Endocyte for $2.1B, Making a Second Bet on Radiotherapy

Novartis has agreed to pay $2.1 billion cash to acquire Endocyte, expanding an ongoing effort by the Swiss firm to develop targeted radiation treatments for cancer.Under the agreement, Novartis (NYSE: NVS) will pay shareholders of West Lafayette, IN-based Endocyte (NASDAQ: ECYT) $24 per share, which is a 54 percent premium to the closing price of Endocyte’s closing stock price on Wednesday. After the deal was announced Thursday morning, Endocyte’s stock price rocketed up more than 50 percent.Th...
Tags: Deals, Cancer, Trends, Indiana, Prostate Cancer, Fda, Novartis, Biotech, Life Sciences, Abx, Clinical Trials, West Lafayette, National blog main, National top stories, Novartis NYSE, NVS


After $950K Investment, Codelicious Grows Collaborative Teaching Model

Codelicious, the Indianapolis-based educational tech startup, is on a mission to create access and remove barriers to teaching and learning computer science, says CEO Christine McDonnell.Over the summer, the organization raised nearly $1 million from Collina Ventures, GRE Capital, Elevate Ventures and others to advance its software platform that enables instructors to build their coding skills while teaching the same skills to their students.“There are a couple of opportunities and challenges e...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Indiana, Indianapolis, Vc, Innovation, Coding, Venture Capital, STEM education, Mcdonnell, Workforce Development, National blog main, Wisconsin blog main, gBETA, Gener8tor


New fly species found in Indiana may indicate changing climate, says IUPUI researcher

A new type of blow fly spotted in Indiana points to shifting species populations due to climate change. Researchers at IUPUI have observed the first evidence of Lucilia cuprina in Indiana, an insect previously known to populate southern states from Virginia to California.
Tags: Science, Virginia, Indiana, IUPUI, Lucilia


Meet The Christian Democrat Taking On Mike Pence’s Brother

Jeannine Lee Lake is bringing her faith-based platform straight to the farms of her rural Indiana voter base.
Tags: News, Indiana, Mike Pence, Jeannine Lee Lake


Lederman Presents Information Matters In Tax Enforcement At San Diego

Leandra Lederman (Indiana) presented Information Matters in Tax Enforcement (with Joseph Dugan) at San Diego yesterday as part of its Tax Law Speaker Series hosted by Jordan Barry and Miranda Perry Fleischer: Most legal and economics scholars recognize that the government needs information about taxpayers’ transactions in order to determine... [Author: Paul Caron]
Tags: Taxes, Tax, Indiana, Scholarship, San Diego, Paul Caron, Lederman, Leandra Lederman, Miranda Perry Fleischer, Joseph Dugan, Jordan Barry


This bold, sustainable home will age gracefully near an Indiana wetland

Compact, energy-efficient and built with locally sourced materials, this hillside home takes a low-impact approach to its wetland surroundings in the city of Valparaiso in northern Indiana. Local design firm Bamesberger Architecture completed the home for a client who wanted a relatively small dwelling overlooking a pristine 400,000-square-foot wetland site. Named The Box after its boxy appearance, the home boasts low-energy needs and does not rely on air conditioning, even in the summer Compl...
Tags: Design, Indiana, Architecture, Gallery, Energy Efficiency, Insulation, Wetlands, Carousel Showcase, Natural Ventilation, Valparaiso, Locally Sourced Materials, Loft, Open-plan, Energy Efficient, Underfloor Heating, Birch-Plywood


U.S. Lawmakers Urge Exclusion Process for Latest Trump Tariffs

Republican Representative Jackie Walorski of Indiana and Democrat Ron Kind of Wisconsin sent a letter Monday signed by 167 other members, including House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer asking for an exclusion process for duties on $200 billion in goods imposed last month. While the administration is allowing companies to seek relief from duties on the first two lists, it hasn’t put a process in place for the third tranche on grounds there’s time f...
Tags: News, Indiana, House, Wisconsin, Kevin McCarthy, U S Trade, Jackie Walorski, The National Retail Federation, Ron Kind, Robert Lighthizer, Free Trade coalition


Buckled track blamed in fiery Indiana freight derailment

PRINCETON, Ind. (AP) — Officials say a buckled stretch of track is believed to have caused a fiery freight train derailment in southwestern Indiana that belched black smoke into the sky and forced the evacuation of nearby homes.The... [Author: [email protected]]
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Can An Old-Fashioned Charm Offensive Save Joe Donnelly And Dems’ Senate Hopes?

INDIANAPOLIS – Vice President Mike Pence strode to the stage Saturday morning with a clear message for his home-state GOP comrades. “They keep talking about this blue wave across America,” Pence said during a rally for businessman Mike Braun, Sen. Joe Donnelly’s (D-IN) opponent. “But if Indiana does our part, the red wall starts here.” Donnelly is one of a number of red-state Democrats whose personal likability and independent brands kept them ahead of their GOP Senate opponents for much of the ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Obama, Senate, Joe Biden, Indiana, Indianapolis, Chicago, Democrats, Gop, Hillary Clinton, Tennessee, Arizona, Nevada, Dc, Biden


Sears, an early innovator of shopping from home, is bankrupt of new ideas

Sears will unveil an all-new look at the grand reopening of its North Hollywood location. An escalator has been installed, new jewelry cases added, and a new center island style checkout counter are among the improvements at the store. North Hollywood CA 11/3/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) A sign for a Sears department store is displayed in Hackensack, N.J., Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, buckling under its massive debt...
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Arts Council of Indianapolis – President and CEO

The Arts Council of Indianapolis (ACI) fosters meaningful engagement in the arts by nurturing a culture where artists and arts organizations thrive. Serving as a collaborative leader and champion for arts across the city, the President and CEO will report to the board of directors and will be responsible for the implementation of ACI’s strategic vision, programs, grant making, and overall administration of the organization. Organization The Arts Council of Indianapolis (ACI) fosters meaningful e...
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Indiana State Officials Accused of Violating Court Order by Improperly Purging Voters

A federal court ruled in June 2018 that Indiana couldn't drop voters without notice if their names appeared in an unreliable interstate database.
Tags: News, Indiana, Kris Kobach, Indiana State, Voter Fraud, 2018 Election


Stray dog joins the soccer game

Like most Americans I put the excitement level of professional soccer on a plane with watching paint dry or leaves turn colors. Growing up in Indiana to us soccer was a little girls’ game. We started playing in fifth grade and played through college. It never occurred to us to watch grown men play soccer and get paid for it. So it is easy for me to identify with the little stray dog who saw the players having so much fun in a recent soccer match between Georgia (the country not the state) teams ...
Tags: Pets, Georgia, Indiana, Jan, Dila Gori, Torpedo Kutaisi It


And the Eyes Have It!

Today seems like a great day to share. Share some images, some blogs I like, and maybe even a video. Here's the thing, I write about the human-animal bond because it's so important not just to me, but to all humans. That's my "bold" opinion, as being humble never gets anyone, anywhere. When you see me write IMBO, you know what it means - that I am outrageous in my promoting this concept. If we, as humans, don't begin to accept the power of the human-animal bond, we will forever pay the price, an...
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