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Indianapolis airport solar farm expansion completed

Contractors have finished bringing online dozens of acres of solar panels at Indianapolis International Airport.
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Pence authorizes raises for workers with good reviews

Raises range from 2 percent to 6 percent depending on performance.
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Identity theft is target of proposed Indiana law

The legislation, proposed by Attorney General Greg Zoeller, would require online businesses to ensure data is secure and to delete any information no longer needed.
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Irsay helps out Jack Kerouac organization

The owner of the Indianapolis Colts has ponied up a sizable sum for a Massachusetts organization that keeps the writer's legacy alive.
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IndyGo's real-time features for riders delayed

The city bus company is in the midst of a technology upgrade that's supposed to include next-bus arrival information via digital signs at downtown stops and text messaging.
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U.S. home sales dropped sharply in November

The combination of higher home prices and relatively stagnant incomes has reduced affordability and restrained buying activity.
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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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