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Holcomb To Ask Legislators To Spend Some Of The Surplus

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Holcomb is prepping a second request for extra spending from legislators. Holcomb has already asked legislators to dip into a 300-million-dollar surplus windfall from the last state budget to put up five new buildings

Whats On The Republican Agenda For The 2020 Session?

INDIANAPOLIS – A boost in teacher pay may not come this legislative session, but Republicans say they’ll tackle other items on teachers’ wish list. House Republicans are joining Governor Holcomb in backing repeal of a six-month-old requirement

Gov Holcomb Appoints New Director Of Homeland Security

INDIANAPOLIS – On Monday (01/06/20) Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announced he has selected Indiana State Fire Marshal Stephen Cox to serve as the executive director of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. “Steve understands the nuts and

Where Will Gas Prices Go In 2020

INDIANA  – You can expect to pay a little less than what you paid last year for gas in 2020, said GasBuddy’s Patrick DeHaan, in his gas forecast for the new year. He said that will likely

ABC News Journalist To Speak At Rose-Hulman On MLK Day

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – In a press release Monday, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology announced that award-winning broadcast journalist T.J. Holmes will discuss the diverse perspectives he brings to reporting today’s news-making events as the Martin Luther King

Oldest Survivor Of USS Indianapolis Passes

INDIANAPOLIS — The oldest living survivor of the USS Indianapolis has died. Don Howison, who was also the last living officer of the USS Indianapolis, passed away on Friday, Jan. 3. Howison was 98 years old, according

Sale Of Speedway Complete

SPEEDWAY, Ind. — It’s official — Roger Penske is the new owner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Penske Corporation announced Monday that it’s completed the acquisition of IMS, the IndyCar Series, and IMS Productions. Penske is the