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Travel forecast: Warm, windy and wet

The forecast for Indiana on Christmas Eve calls for as much as 2 to 4 inches of snow, which could leave untreated roads and bridges slick.
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Company not backing down on quarry near Lafayette

A company is pushing ahead with plans for a limestone quarry along the Wabash River near Lafayette despite a new county ordinance meant to block the project.
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Mayoral mouthpiece to depart

Marc Lotter says he doesn't know yet where he will land. He has been Mayor Greg Ballard's communications director since November 2010.
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Applications for unemployment aid fall to 7-week low

The number of people seeking jobless benefits has been at historically low levels for 14 of the past 15 weeks. That indicates companies are retaining workers and expecting economic growth to continue.
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Auto parts plant preps for $11M investment

The Seymour City Council this week approved a 10-year phase-in of property taxes for the investment by Valeo at its automobile lighting factory with about 1,600 workers.
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Global headwinds no match for Dow at 18,000

U.S. stocks faced upheavals in 2014 that threatened to derail a bull market in its sixth year. But the Dow has shown an ability to bounce back from selloffs driven by macroeconomic events.
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State mulls sale of downtown Harrison Building

The Indiana Public Retirement System plans to move out of the Harrison Building at 143 W. Market St. and is considering whether to sell the building, which has been under the agency’s ownership since 1982.
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Lilly to sell heartworm line for Novartis deal approval

Eli Lilly and Co. wants to combine Novartis with its own animal health business, Elanco, to create the second-largest animal health company in the U.S.
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Canadian firm buys Ingram Micro properties for $68.7M

Granite Real Estate Investment Trust has entered Plainfield's robust logistics and distribution market with a deal to buy two mammoth facilities and a prime plot of land.
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IndyCar speeding toward faster times in 2015

One of the big storylines for the next IndyCar Series season is taking shape in the form of speedy new aero kits. But timelines for teams to get kits ready for racing will be tight.
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