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  • Honda supplier to build facility in Indiana

    Honda supplier to build facility in Indiana
    Governor Mitch Daniels met with Greenville Technology, Inc. (GTI) Tuesday to discuss plans to locate its first Indiana facility in Anderson. GTI is one of Honda’s largest suppliers of plastics components in North America. Approximately 325 new jobs...
  • Mitch Daniels visits Honda plant one last time as governor

    Mitch Daniels visits Honda plant one last time as governor
    Mitch Daniels stopped at the Honda plant one last time as governor just as the plant gets ready for a big expansion. Daniels took a tour of the facilities in Greensburg Wednesday. They are getting ready to hire 300 people in order to ramp up production....
  • Travelers-Funded Documentary Has Big Names Talking About U.S. Debt

     Travelers-Funded Documentary Has Big Names Talking About U.S. Debt
    If you think summer blockbuster movies deliver big dollar figures, wait until Travelers' new documentary comes out Aug. 25. It's not that it will make a lot of money. It's free and will air on public television. But the subject of the film is a...
  • Lemonade Day brings in big money for kids, charities

    Lemonade Day brings in big money for kids, charities
    Lemonade Day squeezed out plenty of success in Marion County. According to new numbers from Lemonade Day Indianapolis, the May 19th event brought in an estimated $2.4 million. Participants donated an estimated $800,000 to local charities. 15,000 kids...
  • 10 things you might not know about Syria

    10 things you might not know about Syria
    Syria, a great and ancient land, is being ravaged by civil war, with government forces using heavy weapons against rebels in the major city of Aleppo. Here are some facts about a little-understood people and country: 1 Syria is commonly considered a...
  • Pence announces plans for large tax cut for Hoosiers

    Pence announces plans for large tax cut for Hoosiers
    Indiana families would save hundreds of dollars a year under what Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence touted as the largest cut in individual income tax in Indiana history. Pence unveiled the proposal Tuesday during comments delivered to the...
  • Source: Wisconsin temple gunman was Army vet, possibly a white supremacist

    Source: Wisconsin temple gunman was Army vet, possibly a white supremacist
    The man who shot six people to death and wounded three others during a rampage at a Sikh temple in a Milwaukee suburb was an Army veteran who may have been a white supremacist, according to a law enforcement source involved in the investigation. Law...
  • Democrats respond to Ballard's budget, staff raises

    Democrats respond to Ballard's budget, staff raises
    As the city of Indianapolis faces cuts in Mayor Ballard’s upcoming budget, Marion County Democrats are crying foul about raises given to top members of the mayor’s staff. Last week, Fox59 discovered that Mayor Greg Ballard’s inner...
  • Groundbreaking held for new IU Neuroscience Research Facility

    Groundbreaking held for new IU Neuroscience Research Facility
    Brain met brawn in downtown Indianapolis Monday. A groundbreaking ceremony was held to mark construction on the new Indiana University Neuroscience Research Facility. It will complete the second phase of the planned IU Health Neursosciences Research...
  • Governor Mitch Daniels will be allowed to lobby for Purdue University

    Governor Mitch Daniels will be allowed to lobby for Purdue University
    Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels will be allowed to lobby for Purdue University when he takes over as president of the school next year. Indiana's top official on ethics ruled Daniels would not be restricted from lobbying at the statehouse. A state ethics...
  • Japanese steel tubing manufacturer to add 18 jobs by 2014

    Japanese steel tubing manufacturer to add 18 jobs by 2014
    Seymour Tubing, Inc. (STI), a division of a Japanese steel pipe supplier, announced plans Monday to expand its operations here, creating up to 18 new jobs by 2014. STI, which manufactures carbon and stainless steel tubing components used by carmakers,...
  • IT service provider expands Indy headquarters; creates 204 new jobs

    IT service provider expands Indy headquarters; creates 204 new jobs
    Monday, Gov. Mitch Daniels joined executives from Bell Techlogix, a privately-held provider of IT services and solutions, to announce the company's plans to expand its corporate headquarters and operations center here, creating up to 204 new jobs by 2016....