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  • Rep. Walsh denies child support claim, says ex-wife trying to 'exploit' his position

    Rep. Walsh denies child support claim, says ex-wife trying to 'exploit' his position
    WASHINGTON — Rejecting his ex-wife’s claim that he owes more than $100,000 in child support, U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh contends that he and she informally modified their support agreement for five years and that she is now trying to “exploit&...
  • Eli Lilly hosts free shopping spree for Central Indiana teachers

    Eli Lilly hosts free shopping spree for Central Indiana teachers
    Teachers from across the state will soon be using all kinds of free equipment in their classrooms, thanks to Eli Lilly. The Indianapolis-based drug maker hosted a free shopping spree of office and lab supplies for teachers Thursday. There was about 25,...
  • Eli Lilly shares drop as Zyprexa patent is set to expire

    Eli Lilly shares drop as Zyprexa patent is set to expire
    Eli Lilly shares dropped Thursday after experts forecasted a steeper-than-expected earnings drop this year. Thursday’s drop was just $1 per share but shares are expected to continue to decline because the company's patent for anti-psychotic drug...
  • Lilly to expand, make downtown campus more inviting for general public

    Lilly to expand, make downtown campus more inviting for general public
    Big changes are in the works in the 'North of South' section of town, as the $155 million expansion of the Eli Lilly campus gets underway. Now the company plans to add-on at the existing grounds to enhance the company culture for employees and link the...
  • Indianapolis firm partnering with international group to end world hunger

    Indianapolis firm partnering with international group to end world hunger
    An Indianapolis-based organization is teaming up with an international group to end world hunger. Elanco Animal Health is a division of Eli Lilly. It's going into business with Heifer International to donate cattle and other livestock, along with trees...
  • Rep. Joe Walsh owes $117,000 in child support, suit says

    Rep. Joe Walsh owes $117,000 in child support, suit says
    WASHINGTON--U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh of McHenry owes more than $100,000 in child support and interest to his former wife, she alleges in a Cook County Circuit Court filing. The dispute, set out in a court filing last December, remains unsettled. Walsh's ex-...
  • IT consulting service, credit union add jobs to campaign

    IT consulting service, credit union add jobs to campaign
    The Add One Job movement continues to grow in the Hoosier state. Two more companies recently joined the campaign. The first is PTI, a local IT consulting service. "We provide technology solutions to companies locally and nationally in the Microsoft...
  • No more Naptown: Super Bowl boosts Indy's image

    No more Naptown: Super Bowl boosts Indy's image
    Indianapolis was once called Naptown and India-No-Place for a reason. Native son Kurt Vonnegut Jr. referred to it in 1970 as "the 500-mile speedway race, and then 364 days of miniature golf, and then the 500-mile speedway race again."  People used to...
  • Verbatim: Ballard delivers State of the City

    Verbatim: Ballard delivers State of the City
    Madam President, Members of the City-County Council, special guests and friends, I am here today to report on the state of the City. And I am here to say that this is our time. The first three months of this year have been a whirlwind. Of course, the...
  • Donor money talks, often in a whisper

    A massage for a lawmaker's wife. Circus tickets for his kids. Keys to a mountain cabin for the weekend. A donation to his favorite charity or one that flies him across the world on an "educational" trip. There are many ways to get a politician's...
  • The withdrawal of drug-company money

    The withdrawal of drug-company money
    In recent years, the pharmaceutical industry has been repeatedly (and rightly) excoriated for its shameless efforts to promote its products: Freebies handed out to doctors as inducements to prescribe particular drugs. Studies underwritten by drug...
  • George W. Comstock, 92; epidemiologist was influential in the treatment of tuberculosis

    George W. Comstock, 92; epidemiologist was influential in the treatment of tuberculosis
    Dr. George W. Comstock, a pioneering epidemiologist who almost single-handedly blocked the use of the flawed BCG tuberculosis vaccine in the United States and who played a key role in the development of other prevention strategies against the disease,...