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Calumet Specialty tops expectations despite quarterly loss

Calumet Specialty Products Partners lost $63.5 million in the fourth quarter, leading to an unprofitable year.
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Republicans pledge to fight FCC’s web rules backed by Obama

Republican lawmakers pledged to try to overturn net-neutrality rules adopted Thursday by U.S. regulators, as a long-running battle over the handling of Internet traffic shifts to Congress and the courts.
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FEMA suspends hazard mitigation funds for Indiana

Federal officials have frozen about $5.5 million in hazard mitigation grants for Indiana in response to unresolved compliance issues with a baseball stadium project in Kokomo.
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Pence not saying exactly where he stands on gambling bill

Gov. Mike Pence has been firm that he doesn’t want an expansion of gambling operations in the state. But he has not been clear about what he means by “expansion.”
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State unveils design plans for Bicentennial Plaza

The Indiana Department of Administration unveiled renderings Friday morning of a Bicentennial Plaza that includes an interactive fountain and large sculpture that’s supposed to be reminiscent of a torch flame.
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Hesburgh, Notre Dame president for 35 years, dies at 97

Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh was credited with transforming Notre Dame from a Midwestern university with a national reputation into a national university with an international following.
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Pence, legislators open to ditching ISTEP for cheaper alternative

Two bills already have passed the Senate that push the state in the direction of a national test.
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Stonegate Mortgage closes 2014 with tough quarter

Stonegate Mortgage Corp. finished 2014 with a money-losing quarter that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
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U.S. Steel to idle Gary Works coke plant, displacing 300

Company spokeswoman Courtney Boone said the Pittsburgh-based steelmaker plans to talk with affected workers and the United Steelworkers union about whether they will be transferred or laid off.
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Debate on cold medicine prescriptions lingers

Lawmakers involved in the debate over how to curb Indiana's methamphetamine problem say a bill that would require drug felons to get a prescription before buying common cold medicine is likely just another step toward an eventual prescription requirement for all consumers.
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