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Governor won't pursue lottery privatization this session

Posted: 11/21/2007 - During the last session, Daniels proposed leasing the lottery to a private operator and said one company was willing to pay $1 billion plus $200 million in annual payments for the 30-year lease.

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Senator mentions Christ in prayer, despite dispute

Posted: 11/21/2007 - Sectarian prayers in the Indiana House are the focus of an ongoing lawsuit that says the prayers violate the constitutional separation of church and state. The Senate wasn't named in the suit.

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Coroner says decomposed body was homicide victim

Posted: 11/21/2007 - Investigators from the coroner's office and anthropologists from the University of Indianapolis were called in to search the area. Some of the remains were found in a white plastic bag.

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Shelbyville trailer park condemned; residents ordered evacuated

Posted: 11/21/2007 - Inspectors say they found structural failure, cracked and sagging ceilings, exposed electrical wires and plumbing, moldy walls and rotting wood in units at the Knightstown Village trailer park about 25 miles southeast of Indianapolis.

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Westfield officer to stand trial on ticketing charges

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Hamilton County Sheriff Doug Carter says each count stems from Fross stopping Hispanic motorists while armed and in uniform and threatening the drivers with arrest if they didn't pay him.

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State utility commission approves planned coal plant

Posted: 11/20/2007 - The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission unanimously approved the plan for the 630-megwatt plant at Edwardsport, which would replace an aging traditional coal-fired plant that generates about 130 megawatts.

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Toll Road employee robbed

Posted: 11/20/2007 - An Indiana Toll Road employee was robbed early this morning.at the South Bend/Notre Dame toll plaza.

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Lawmakers head straight to work on property taxes

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Both the House and the Senate are expected to use their Organization Day to suspend rules and ratify orders from Gov. Mitch Daniels to extend deadlines for property tax relief.

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2 Hoosier turkeys pardoned at annual Thanksgiving ceremony

Posted: 11/20/2007 - "May" and "Flower" were given the traditional pardons today at the White House. The president said names were better than the ones suggested by Vice President Cheney -- which Bush says were "Lunch" and "Dinner."

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Security guard fatally shoots man with power saw

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Police say 22-year-old Nicholas B. House of Greenfield appeared to be acting in self defense when he shot the intruder inside an empty apartment at the Spanish Oaks apartment complex on the east side of Indianapolis Monday night.

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UAW to represent 183 workers at Casino Aztar

Posted: 11/20/2007 - The employees voted last month to become part of the UAW, but the ballot count was delayed until the National Labor Relations Board could rule on an appeal by Aztar's management company, Columbia Sussex Corp., to set aside the election. The appeal was rejected.

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Hunter dies in fall from tree stand

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Indiana Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Gene Davis says 48-year-old Allen Loftis of South Haven was found dead at the foot of a tree Sunday night. His gun was still hanging in the tree.

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Crews clean up big gas spill after Muncie crash

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Muncie Sanitary District workers were flushing sewers where about 250 gallons spilled after the crash Monday evening. About 2,600 gallons of gasoline were loaded onto another tanker. Gasoline that spilled into the street also was cleaned up.

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Terre Haute mayor questions mayor-elect's eligibility

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Democratic Mayor Kevin Burke filed a petition in Vigo Circuit Court Monday claiming that Republican Mayor-elect Duke Bennett violated laws that prohibit political activities by federal workers at all levels of government.

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Indianapolis Zoo bear euthanized

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Zoo officials say the bear weighed nearly 1,800 pounds and had the disease in both hips and elbows. It worsened quickly for Chugach this month from causing minor problems with one back leg to an inability to use his hindquarters.

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