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By Timothy Cox The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Hoosiers be warned: Another harsh winter is forecast to strike Indiana. The National Weather Service reports that north-central states will face lower-than-average temperatures and high levels of snow, rain, and hail this winter. These extra cold conditions are attributed to a La Niña weather pattern, the same […]
Shelby Salazar The Statehouse File FRANKFORT, Ind. – With only 14 months left in office, Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman is getting close and personal with Hoosiers as she winds through her 92-county Hoosier Crossroads Tour. The tour, which began in July, is taking the Republican to every county in the state. Skillman started in Jackson […]
Bloomington could lose more than $12 million in federal funding for its bus system and the region could lose millions more for road and bridge projects if the local Metropolitan Planning Organization fails to put construction of Interstate 69 into its transportation plan.
Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg will break ground next week on a $49 million event center that local officials hope will bolster business in the small community’s downtown and fend off competition from a casino under construction in Cincinnati.
Sixteen counties in Indiana will share more than $280,000 in proceeds from state forest timber sales made during the year that ended June 30.
Every day at Goshen College, students walk through the quiet Northern Indiana campus passing banners that read “Healing the World Peace by Peace,” a phrase that encapsulates the values of a place affiliated with the Mennonite Church.
State highway officials announced Friday that the Sherman Minton Bridge at New Albany – closed recently because of a crack in the steel – won’t need to be fully replaced.
A Japanese manufacturer of shocks and struts for automobiles announced plans Thursday to relocate part of its operation from Illinois to Franklin, where it will establish its North American headquarters.
Value has kept attendance at state parks and reservoirs stable – in Indiana and across the country – despite the downturn in the economy and tourism spending overall.
Taxpayers in all but one county in Indiana face a Nov. 10 deadline to pay the second installment of their property tax bills, a sign problems that disrupted the system for years have eased.