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Every year at about this time, Statehouse reporters like me ask lawmakers what their priorities will be for the coming year.
For 41 years, Chicago transplants Nell and Ken Fabish relished their rural lifestyle on a 20-acre spread where they raised horses, cows and crops.
More than 10,000 low-income Indiana residents who participate in a state-run insurance plan will be able to keep their benefits through April.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is informing more than 10,000 current members of the Healthy Indiana Plan that their benefits will continue through the end of April 2014 to allow additional time for them to obtain new health coverage through the federal marketplace at www.healthcare.gov.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Aptera Software, Inc., a software development and web design firm, announced plans today to expand its operations, creating up to 17 new jobs by 2016.
The Union County Board of Commissioners will ask the Indiana Department of Transportation to participate in a solution for the septic problems in Cottage Grove.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is informing the more than 926,000 SNAP Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients in Indiana about important changes that will impact them starting in January.
JTOC [not to be confused with the Judicial Technology and Automation Committee , part of the Division of State Court Administration].
The Evansville City Council is expected to take a stand, Monday, against a constitutional amendment that would ban same sex marriage in Indiana.
According to news reports, the priorities for the next session of the Indiana General Assembly appear to be: a constitutional amendment to prohibit gay marriage; being able to sell beer and liquor everywhere on Sundays; and, cutting and/or eliminating taxes on corporations.
Lawmakers had lengthy debates in this year's session over bills aimed at boosting Indiana's casinos as they face greater competition from neighboring states, but they turned down most of those proposals.
This may surprise some of you who have followed me for a while, but as anti-tax as I am, I believe local governments should be allowed to raise taxes as much as they want.
What does the Indiana General Assembly want this year? Jobs? Infrastructure? No, constitutional amendments.
State police are warning Indiana residents about a phone scam that has been reported in central Indiana where grandparents are swindled out of money by con artists who tell them about a fake emergency.