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Residents uneasy as violations stack up at park

The mobile home community has received more complaints than any other neighborhood in Johnson County, according to county health department administrator John Bonsett.
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Rail upgrade could boost jobs but sparks fears

Plans to upgrade more than 100 miles of train tracks between Indianapolis and Kentucky are getting mixed reactions in Indiana.
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Pence goes without issuing pardon in first two years

Gov. Mike Pence, who has said he wants Indiana to be a leader in giving criminals who've served their time a second chance, hasn't granted a single pardon during his first two years in office.
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Indiana city posts nation's second biggest construction job gain

The region's construction job surge appears to reflect the busy year many parts of the state had catching up on projects stalled by last winter's heavy snows and bitter cold.
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Sugarland, promoter settle with state fair victims

Country duo Sugarland, concert promoter Live Nation and 16 other defendants have agreed to pay $39 million to settle claims stemming from the deadly 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse, lawyers for the victims and their families.
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Sales for holiday shopping season come down to the wire

Despite an early start, sales data show that stores may once again have to rely on procrastinators to save the holiday shopping season.
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Staffing, money hinder Indianapolis animal shelter

The largest animal shelter in Indiana is failing to meet the basic needs of thousands of animals in its care despite recommendations dating back more than a decade, a recent study has found.
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TV shakeup segues into news showdown

WISH-TV Channel 8 and WTTV-TV Channel 4 are at the center of the biggest shakeup the Indianapolis TV market has seen in 35 years. But the ripple effects are expected to rock the boat of every local station.
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Nursing home construction moratorium fight fuels lobbying, donations

The two sides duking it out over a construction ban on nursing homes spent more than $500,000 over six months to win lawmakers to their sides—a spike of 45 percent over previous years. And that kind of high-stakes fight is about to happen again.
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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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