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Hard liquor with an Indiana flavor

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There is a new business category about to take hold in Indiana, hard liquor with a local flavor.Read more

Your Money: What the Fed's interest rate hike means for you

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The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate for the second time in three months in March, and forecast two more hikes later this year.Read more

Is the NBA All Star game Indy's next big get?

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The Indiana Pacers are still thinking about taking a shot at the 2021 NBA All Star game.Read more


GE Aviation to quadruple engine production, adding jobs in Lafayette

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The Lafayette operation could add 150 more jobs when it reaches peak engine production to meet increasing demand.Read more

Indianapolis named top 5 city for women in tech

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A recent report ranked Indianapolis one of the five best places to be if you're a woman working in technology, along with Washington, D.C., Kansas City, Mo., Baltimore and New Orleans.Read more

IMA's 'Spring Blooms: Celebration of Color'

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On Friday, the Indianapolis Museum of Art will launch its first-ever Beer Garden as part of its "Spring Blooms: Celebration of Color" exhibition, featuring a quarter of a million flowers and new gardens throughout IMA’s 152-acre campus.Read more

Banks roll out ATMs that don't require cards to stay ahead of card skimmers

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Wells Fargo is in the process of upgrading ATMs that will allow you to use authentication codes from your smart phone instead of cards.Read more

Crayola giving one color the boot for good this Friday

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One of the colors in Crayola's 24-count box won't make it to see this weekend. Read more

Got camera? Facebook adds more Snapchat-like features

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Facebook is adding more Snapchat-like features to its app.Read more

Indiana board endorses $7M Carrier deal Trump brokered

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A company that agreed to keep hundreds of jobs here in Indiana is now one step closer to getting millions of tax dollars.Read more

4 inductees selected for Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame

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A two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who grew up in Indiana, two longtime newspaper writers and a trailblazing editor are being inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame this spring.Read more

1M pounds of breaded chicken recalled

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Nearly 1 million pounds of breaded chicken are being recalled after some people found metal objects in their food.Read more