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Fifth person pleads guilty in Lilly warehouse heist

Prosecutors say the theft from an Eli Lilly and Co. warehouse in Connecticut involved up to $100 million in prescription drugs.
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Despite rise in fortunes, holiday shoppers to spend cautiously

Gas prices may be hovering at a four-year low, but Americans are paying more for food, health care and other costs. Unemployment is low, too, but then so is wage growth.
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Production boost eyed at auto parts plant

An auto parts supplier is planning a $10 million project that could add more than 70 jobs at a northeastern Indiana factory.
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U.S. Supreme Court to review EPA power-plant standards

The U.S. Supreme Court is stepping into a new case about Obama administration environmental rules, agreeing to review a ruling that upholds emission standards for mercury and other hazardous air pollutants from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
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Obama administration to propose stricter smog standard

The stricter standards could make it one of the most expensive regulations ever issued, with an estimated $19 billion to $90 billion price tag and double the number of counties in violation.
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U.S. 31 reopens in Carmel after eight months of work

A stretch of U.S. 31 through the northern suburbs of Indianapolis reopened to traffic Tuesday after being closed since April.
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Maryland, Rutgers appear to be good fit in Big Ten

Maryland and fellow newcomer Rutgers have enjoyed success on the field and at the ticket window during their inaugural season in the Big Ten.
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Turner officially resigns from Indiana House

As promised, State Rep. Eric Turner has resigned his Indiana House seat following a Statehouse scandal that has placed ethics reform at the center of the 2015 session.
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IRS workers to receive bonuses of 1 percent

A Treasury Department investigation concluded that previous bonuses totaling $2.8 million had gone to more than 2,800 employees found to have broken agency rules of conduct, including 1,100 employees who owed back taxes.
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U.S. economic growth revised up for third quarter

The U.S. economy grew at a solid 3.9-percent annual rate in the July-September period, according to the latest estimate, possibly giving the country its strongest six months of growth in more than a decade.
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