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Press ReleaseGovernor Mitch Daniels announced Tuesday the award of a $13.9 million contract to Louisville-based Hall Contracting of Kentucky for expedited repairs of the Sherman Minton Bridge. As part of its bid, Hall Contracting committed to completing the repairs...
email@example.comCloris Leachman doesn’t recall ever performing in Kentucky. Saturday night’s performance at the Norton Center for the Arts may be her first in the commonwealth — she thinks, anyway. But she’s been to the Bluegrass — about...
Associated PressFRANKFORT — Gov. Steve Beshear presented a plan Tuesday to amend Kentucky’s Constitution to allow up to seven casinos to open in the state, most of them at horse tracks. The proposal generated instant opposition in the Bible-belt state...
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Bartender Cris Dehlavi is making a mint julep at Mouton, a Short North arts district hot spot that specializes in Prohibition-era cocktails. Across the street, people are milling around a White Castle, one of the fast-food dives...
Electric power plants that burn oil or coal in Maryland sent more than 27 million pounds of toxic pollutants into the air in 2009. That was the fifth-highest total in the nation and a threat to public health, according to a new report by the Natural...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Hospitals and Clinics, Indiana, Health
Only the Ohio River separates the worst-run state in America from one that turned a $200 million deficit into a $1.2 billion surplus in five years. While Forbes was lamenting the poor management of Kentucky’s economy, Newsweek was running articles...
Tags: Politics, Indiana, Executive Branch, Elections, Finance
I grew up in a Northern Kentucky town that was a haven for organized crime. My father was a bookie and professional gambler who worked in several of the area’s “hot spots.” In a town full of hustlers, prostitutes and gamblers, the...
If you spent any time around the Susquehanna River below the Conowingo Dam over the summer, you probably noticed some of the same wanted posters that caught my eye. On those posters is the likeness of a fish, with a warning to anyone who catches one not...
An interview with Courier-Journal reporter Byron Crawford in 2004 was the impetus behind Ed Henson’s new book, “Swift.” Henson grew up in Slade, in the Red River Gorge area, and learned about the legend of John Swift’s silver mine...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - A southern Indiana teenager serving life in prison without parole for killing his little brother has appealed the case to the Indiana Supreme Court, asking for a lighter sentence. On Monday, the justices heard arguments related to Andrew...
Tags: Crimes, Health, Mental Illness, Punishment, Justice System
A weak cold front will move through Central Indiana on Sunday morning. This boundary will lift the atmosphere but there just isn't a ton of moisture to tap into locally. This means that if it does produce some rain showers, the rain will be light and...
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports
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