If Indianapolis is considered a model on fronts ranging from downtown revitalization to fiscal responsibility, why is it so
late to ban smoking? George Geib, who has been observing Indianapolis as a Butler University historian for 45 years, thinks
the reluctance can be traced to immigration patterns.
Another unfortunate outgrowth of our litigious society is the increasing tendency of insurers and policyholders
to settle claims in court.
Cummins is tussling with several insurance companies to try to recover damages from a flood a year ago that
This morning, the Supreme Court said in another of its 5-4 decisions that the federal government has authority
to regulate occasional instances of profanity on broadcast television and radio, called â??fleeting expletives.â??
But the high court also ordered a…
An Indiana University committee made the right call yesterday when it recommended leaving the name of a segregationist
on an athletics facility, says a Ball State University historian.
John Mathew Glen says the committee appropriately recognized contributions of former judge and…
A funeral director is planning a Ã¢??greenÃ¢?? cemetery west of Bloomington, where plots will be identified
small field stones tied to global-positioning coordinates rather than by traditional headstones.
Nathan ButlerÃ¢??s Evergreen Forest Cemetery will look more like a natural landscape…