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  1. Indiana spends about $185K on governor’s home renovations

    06.19 / 22:09 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    INDIANAPOLIS — The state of Indiana is spending about $185,000 for renovations on the governor’s residence. Gov. Eric Holcomb and his wife, Janet Holcomb, hope to move into the 1928 English Tudor by the end of the month, The Journal Gazette (http://bit.ly/2rN0fQI ) reported. About $87,000 of the funds is going toward installing a…
  2. Owners of Indy Fuel hockey team propose $40M development

    06.19 / 22:09 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    GREENWOOD, Ind. — Owners of the Indy Fuel minor league hockey team are planning a $40 million sports, entertainment and retail development in suburban Indianapolis. Jim and Sean Hallett on Monday announced plans for the project along Interstate 65 in Greenwood. They say Indiana Ice Arenas LLC and Indianapolis-based Gershman Partners have signed letters…
  3. Court: Indiana woman who lost both legs can sue railroad

    06.19 / 22:09 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana appeals court says a woman who lost both legs after she was run over by a freight train can sue the railroad for negligence. The (Northwest Indiana) Times reports (http://bit.ly/2rw9Dcd ) that the Indiana Court of Appeals last week ruled Crystal Williams can sue the Chicago, South Shore and South…
  4. Car accidents spike during I-69 construction in Indiana

    06.19 / 22:09 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — There has been a rise in car accidents on an Indiana highway since construction began more than two years ago. Crashes between the Bloomington and Martinsville portion of Interstate 69 have increased nearly 48 percent since construction began in 2014, the Indianapolis Star (http://indy.st/2si4iIt ) reported. State data shows there were…
  5. Man, 73, fatally stabbed in home, wife wounded but survives

    06.18 / 22:14 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    LEBANON, Ind. — Central Indiana police say a man was fatally stabbed during a home invasion attack that left his wife seriously injured. Lebanon Police Officer Ben Phelps says 73-year-old Robert Max Foster died Sunday morning from stab wounds. His 68-year-old wife, Sonia Foster, suffered serious wounds in the stabbing attack that came as…
  6. Purdue, DNR to host workshops on invasive forest pests

    06.18 / 22:14 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University is teaming with the state Department of Natural Resources to spread the word about invasive insects that pose a threat to Indiana’s forests. Purdue entomology professor Cliff Sadof and DNR urban forester Carrie Tauscher will lead three workshops next month in southern Indiana on invasive, three-killing insects. Each…
  7. Indiana woman wins prison release in fatal injection case

    06.18 / 22:14 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    MUNCIE, Ind. — A central Indiana woman who admitted giving her chronically ill mother a fatal injection of a painkiller has won release from prison. A Delaware County judge last week suspended the remainder of Amanda Kay Pratt’s sentence and ordered her to serve probation through Feb. 24, 2018. That’s the day Pratt otherwise…
  8. Amish horse teams batter Indiana county’s newly paved roads

    06.18 / 22:14 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    WASHINGTON, Ind. — Gravel roads in a rural southwestern Indiana county recently paved with asphalt to boost economic development are being damaged by horse teams used by the region’s large Amish population, according to frustrated county officials. Daviess County has more gravel roads than any other Indiana county, with nearly 600 miles of such…
  9. Indiana woman pleads guilty in deadly 142 mph deadly crash

    06.18 / 22:14 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. — A northern Indiana woman who was driving 142 mph when she caused a fatal crash has pleaded guilty but mentally ill. Thirty-eight-year-old Stacey R. Motz-Altman’s trial had been scheduled for September. She pleaded guilty but mentally ill last week to reckless homicide and criminal recklessness. The Journal Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/2tgHiId…
  10. Study finds ISU gives western Indiana’s economy $334M boost

    06.17 / 23:06 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — A study of Indiana State University’s economic impact finds that the school gave a $334 million boost last year to western Indiana’s economy. The preliminary findings also show that the Terre Haute campus created or supported more than 4,300 jobs in seven western Indiana counties during 2016. That’s about 4…
  11. Indiana to pay firm $100k to handle Pence email requests

    06.17 / 23:06 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is paying a law firm $100,000 to help deal with a backlog of public records requests, most of which seek emails from Vice President Mike Pence’s tenure as governor, including correspondence routed through a private AOL.com account he used to conduct state business. Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration entered a one-year…