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More ethanol blends available at new flex-fuel pumps

Hoosiers will soon be seeing new flex fuel pumps at Indiana convenience stores and gas stations thanks to a grant program launched Wednesday by the Indiana Corn Marketing Council.

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Ohio River bridge won’t need replaced

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.

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Company will move U.S. headquarters to Franklin

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.

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Scientists throw party at state fairgrounds

Hoosiers from across the state can explore science at the premier Celebrate Science Indiana event held at the State Fair grounds.

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Innovation Fund to reward creative school programs

Schools and non-profit groups that want to try or expand a creative or novel education program can now compete for funding from a new state Innovation Fund that is set to distribute $5 million over the next two years.

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Staff report Indiana Stateline INDIANAPOLIS — A Japanese manufacturer of automotive fasteners announced plans Monday to expand its operations in Columbus and create as many as 100 new jobs by 2014. Sunright America plans to enlarge its current 170,000 square-foot building in Columbus to 320,000 square feet. It will begin construction and installation of new […]

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State goes after illegal gambling machines

The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission is warning restaurants, bars, and convenience stores that a new type of gambling machine – sometimes called a sweepstakes kiosk or totem – is illegal and its use could lead to fines and other penalties.

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More Hoosier students take SAT but scores drop slightly

More Indiana high school students took the SAT college entrance exam this year than ever before but the average scores dropped slightly in writing and math.

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