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Impact of Indiana's criminal code changes unclear

Indiana's prosecutors and judges are still adjusting to sweeping changes to the state's criminal code intended to send more low-level, nonviolent criminals to community corrections programs and jails instead of state prisons.
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2 IU scientists study marijuana's impact on brain

The research is taking place as marijuana is gaining more acceptance in some parts of the nation, with pot now legalized for adult use in Colorado, Washington state, Alaska and Oregon.
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Changes shake central Indiana

Cummins unveils designs for its skyline-altering new offices. IU Health weighs shuttering a downtown hospital. A big shuffle looms for Indy TV news. Mayor Ballard calls it quits. Find our picks for the year's top business stories and newsmakers, along with a photo gallery and sports roundup.
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City lines up justice center, music venue for GM site

Redevelopment of the former General Motors Stamping Plant site west of downtown began taking shape in 2014, culminating in December with the city’s selection of a Paris company to build a criminal justice center on the property.
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Apartment construction shows no sign of slowing

Apartment construction downtown and on the north side continued its rapid pace in 2014 as occupancy remained strong.
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As new hotel plans emerge, existing operators fret

During the second half of 2014, developers announced that four new hotels would open over the next two to three years—a time the city’s convention schedule is looking light.
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2014 NEWSMAKER: Mario Rodriguez

Mario Rodriguez, the new head of Indianapolis International Airport, has been able to attract additional air service here.
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ExactTarget acquisition ushered in changes

About 18 months have passed since enterprise software giant Salesforce.com acquired ExactTarget for $2.5 billion, but a lot has changed in the past 12 months including among senior alums.
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Specialty grocers blitz city with new stores

The Indianapolis area’s competitive grocery market is becoming even more crowded with the arrival of additional specialty stores catering to the upscale crowd.
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2014 NEWSMAKER: Joe Hogsett

Former U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett went from ruling out a mayoral run to front-runner in the course of eight months.
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