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Small fire closes NCAA headquarters, museum

Posted: 11/14/2007 - A fire department spokesman say the fire was apparently caused by an electrical problem. It was contained to a section of the museum's second floor called "One Shining Moment."

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Jazz musician Aletra Hampton dies in Indianapolis

Posted: 11/14/2007 - She was born in Ohio in 1915 and began performing in a large family band. Her family moved to Indianapolis in 1938, and with her three sisters she formed the Hampton Sisters while their brothers were fighting in World War II.

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Law firm converts old jail to office space

Posted: 11/14/2007 - The office for the Woods and Woods law firm is in the old Vanderburgh County Jail -- an 1890 downtown building that now has a historical marker from the Indiana Historical Bureau.

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Simon family gives $40 million to Riley Hospital for Children

Posted: 11/14/2007 - The 10-story, 675,000-square-foot Simon Family Tower is expected to partially open to patients in 2009 and be completed in 201. It will increase capacity by about 100 beds and expand areas for operating rooms and other services.

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Santa's mailbox in Indianapolis

Updated: 11/14/2007 - Children in Indiana can deliver their letters to the North Pole using Santa's mailbox in Indianapolis.

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Foes say study shows Indiana voter ID law unfair

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Opponents of the state's voter ID law say a new survey shows that poor, black and elderly people tend to be less likely than others to have the photo identification required to vote under Indiana law.

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Commission pitches plan for property tax reform

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The bipartisan commission also wants to reduce taxes by 25 percent for other residential property like apartments and second homes. They would balance these cuts with increases in local option income taxes and by creating a broader base for the state sales tax.

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New Albany sees division over Bush visit

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Bush is making the trip for a speech before a business group in which he is expected to criticize the Democratic-led Congress on its budget priorities. A diner across the street from hall was closed before the president's arrival, but customers had written signs as messages to Bush, both supporting and opposing him.

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Bush arrives for New Albany visit

Updated: 11/13/2007 - President George W. Bush was back in Indiana on Tuesday speaking to an audience in New Albany, only hours after vetoing a major health and education spending bill.

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Hoosiers spent billions on gambling the past few years

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Ed Feigenbaum has produced a newsletter aimed at the state's gaming industry since its infancy in 1993. He told The Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne that gambling has been good for Indiana without serious negative consequences.

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Association board member sentenced to federal prison

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Derrick Earls admitted in March to receiving some of the embezzlement proceeds for himself and to signing dozens of checks to drain more than $1 million out of the association.

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Senator plans `significant recommendations' on property taxes

Posted: 11/12/2007 - State Senator Luke Kenley says the suggestions could lead to homeowners' property tax bills being cut in half. Kenley says many of the recommendations he will make to the State Tax and Financing Policy Commission are based on a plan Governor Mitch Daniels proposed earlier this month.

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Evansville Guard unit to get official send-off

Posted: 11/12/2007 - The event will feature a speech by Master Sgt. Darrin Crowder, a 20-year veteran of the U.S. Army and retired Green Beret who has received more than 60 service awards for his duty. State and local officials are also scheduled to speak.

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Man gets $260 in quarters from car wash change machine

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Seventy-one-year-old Eldon McCammack put a dollar in a change machine Saturday at the Trojan Car Wash in the city about 40 miles east of Indianapolis. In return, he got 1,042 quarters, or $260.50.

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Boy Scout who went missing at state park found by deer hunter

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Posey County official Larry Robb says a State Police helicopter with a thermal imaging camera joined the search. He says rescuers were ready to add tracking dogs from the Ohio Valley Search and Rescue group when word spread that the boy had been located by a deer hunter.

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