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The edict came down after a February investigation by The Indianapolis Star used just such documents to raise questions about a high-ranking transportation official who intervened in an Interstate 69 bridge project. Comment?
Today, Zane Benefits, Inc. published a new information on the Indiana Health Insurance Exchange . Comment?
A Greenfield police corporal wants to keep a personalized Fraternal Order of Police plate that has adorned his personal vehicle since 2010 - but that was recently revoked by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Comment?
Bartholomew County offices are closed and the County Commissioners meeting Monday has been rescheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Commissioners Chambers, Governmental Office Building, 440 Third St. Comment?
The planned bypass, which was to shift traffic to the city's east, was intended to help with anticipated coal truck traffic for the new Alcoa Warrick Operations plant, then under construction. Comment?
The crossings in question now rely on stop signs to control traffic, but some feel there's a better way: It involves replacing the stop signs with yield signs. Comment?
A traffic signal installed during construction of the new U.S. 24 Fort to Port project is being removed next week near the Ohio border. Comment?
Greenfield police corporal Rodney Vawter is suing the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles because the agency revoked his personalized license plate that reads '0INK.' The government deemed the vanity plate to be 'offensive' but the Indiana officer says that's a violation of his freedom of speech. Comment?
A Greenfield police officer is suing the Bureau of Motor Vehicles after his specialty Fraternal Order of Police license plate featuring the word "0INK" was revoked by the state. Comment?
The Indiana Department of Transportation is trying to give motorists a break on Memorial Day weekend by limiting road restrictions beginning noon Friday until Tuesday morning. Comment?
A couple hundred people, many of them veterans of the administration of Gov. Otis Bowen, gathered in the Statehouse last week to celebrate the country doctor's political legacy. Comment?
The Indiana Department of Transportation Northwest District reminds Memorial Day travelers about closures that might impede travel. Comment?
A Greenfield police corporal wants to keep a personalized Fraternal Order of Police plate that has adorned his personal vehicle since 2010 -- but that was recently revoked by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Comment?
The Alabama Department of Revenue, Administrative Law Division, found that a company's beer distribution rights did not qualify as goodwill under generally accepted accounting principles and, therefore, did not qualify for the goodwill exclusion under Alabama's business privilege tax. Comment?
So a motorist in Indiana can pull up outside a package liquor store, plunk down a few bucks for a six-pack of cold beer, hop back into the car and speed off for home - or farther down the highway. Comment?
APRIL 05: Dominique Entzminger, a physician assistant of family medicine, wears a stethoscope during an examination at the Codman Square Health Center April 5, 2006 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Comment?
Local state representatives should approve a House proposal to remove the front license plate requirement from Ohio's law books. Comment?
"If you pay for the cheapest, don't expect the best," said Norman Brown, owner of Indianapolis-based Norm's Moving & Hauling. Comment?
A portion of Interstate 70 in western Belmont County is one of several stretches of highway where the state of Ohio will raise the speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph this summer. Comment?
Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann will join the Indiana Department of Transportation for an important announcement about the State Road 61 bypass project in Boonville. Comment?