AG Curtis Hill Sues Florida Company That Failed To Provide Vacations To Hoosiers

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Attorney General Curtis Hill alleged in a civil complaint filed in Marion County that a Florida-based travel and vacation company engaged in deceptive…

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BBB Takes 2020 Torch Awards For Marketplace Ethics On the Road

(UNDATED) – The 15th annual Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics, hosted by BBB Serving Northern Indiana, will hit the road for 2020. Due to COVID-19, the…

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The Salvation Army Indiana Division Welcomes New Leadership

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Salvation Army is preparing for a change in leadership in Indiana. After serving as the Divisional Commander for almost six years, Major Bob…

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Duke Energy Names Laura Johnson As Managing Director For Government Affairs In Indiana

(UNDATED) – Duke Energy Indiana President Stan Pinegar has announced the promotion of Laura Johnson to the position of managing director, government affairs in Indiana,…

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Secured School Safety Grant Application Period Now Open

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has opened the FY21 Secured School Safety Grant application period.  The application will close at 5 p.m….

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Indiana Chamber’s Latest Economic Survey Shows Slight Improvements But Many Businesses Face Long Road to Recovery

(INDIANAPOLIS) — A follow-up to an April survey of Hoosier business leaders indicates that the economic and operational impacts of the pandemic remain severe with only…

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Indiana Department Of Correction Joins Special Olympics’ Flame Of Hope Torch Run

(CARLISLE) – The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) joined in the Special Olympics of Indiana’s Flame of Hope Torch Run to show their support for what…

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Dr. Fauci Issues Stark Warning To Lawmakers About COVID-19 Cases Rising

(WASHINGTON) – Coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci issued a stark warning on Tuesday to lawmakers on Capitol Hill, telling them he wouldn’t be…

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Court Blocks Indiana Panhandling Law From Taking Effect

(INDIANAPOLIS) – U.S. District Court Chief Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson, today granted a preliminary injunction preventing House Enrolled Act 1022, which would further criminalize “panhandling” to the extent of outright prohibiting most forms of financial solicitation by…

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Virtual Graduation Open House Honors Teens In Foster Care

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Twenty-two high school seniors in foster care celebrated their high school graduation with a special virtual open house last week. Project Open House honors…

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