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INDIANAPOLIS | It took two tries, but the Indiana House approved legislation Monday providing $200 million in loans to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and other Hoosier motorsports companies.
LAPORTE | About 150 people turned out for a public hearing Tuesday sponsored by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources on plans for a boat race in LaPorte.
INDIANAPOLIS | Legislation requiring the state to purchase Moon Valley, a 57-acre Michigan City dune habitat, will not be acted on this session — but Indiana may end up acquiring the land anyway.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Gov.-elect Mike Pence on Wednesday named Doug Carter, a former suburban Indianapolis sheriff and retired state trooper, to be superintendent of the Indiana State Police.
JASPER COUNTY | Indiana Conservation officers are investigating two separate crashes that left two people injured over the weekend.
BEVERLY SHORES | What was normally a scene of tranquility was the setting for tragedy Monday afternoon as crews searched Beverly Shores waters and shores for a lost man.
HOBART | The third annual Family Fun Fishing event is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Robinson Lake.
MERRILLVILLE | Town leaders on Friday presented many environmental benefits trees provide, but some trees planted during Merrillville's Arbor Day celebration serve an additional purpose.
HOBART | The public is invited to participate in a three-day Hobart Marsh planning session that begins Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The pavilion at Indiana Dunes State Park is closer to housing a restaurant or banquet hall after the Indiana Senate voted 41-9 Monday to allow private vendors to sell and serve alcohol at state parks.
INDIANAPOLIS | A restaurant or banquet hall operator at the Indiana Dunes State Park pavilion would be allowed to serve alcohol under legislation approved 9-1 by a Senate committee Monday.
CHESTERTON | A 65-year-old Portage man collapsed and died Sunday morning while running at Indiana Dunes State Park, officials said.
LAPORTE | A LaPorte man was quickly rescued Sunday after falling through the ice on Clear Lake, officials said.
EAST CHICAGO | Environmental cleanup at Roxana Marsh and an adjacent stretch of the Grand Calumet River remains on schedule with native trees and other vegetation set to be reintroduced this summer, project officials said Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Land that once was a state prison farm in Pine Township soon will become a habitat for game birds.
PORTAGE | A 47-year-old Portage man who died Friday afternoon in Lake Michigan may have stepped into an underwater trough, plunging him under water, authorities said.
Valparaiso veterinarian Rachael Jones is among animal rights activists waiting to learn the outcome of a pending decision by state officials on the controversial issue of coyote and fox penning. Jones and more than 60 others signed a letter to the Indiana Natural Resources Commission opposin…
It was in June that I wrote about the tiny town of Dana, Ind., just north of Terre Haute.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana conservation officers will be on the lookout for drunken boaters this weekend.
The Illinois DNR will release Rotenone, a poison that affects the gills of fish, while work on the electric barrier continues.
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