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Indiana utility to close 3 coal plants, add solar, gas

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Vectren plans to close the coal-fired plants and exit joint ownership of a Warrick County facility with Alcoa by 2023.Read more

NRA, Florida faces backlash after latest school shooting

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The latest companies to end their ties with the NRA were Delta and United Airlines, the first and third largest U.S.-based airline companies by revenue, respectively.Read more

What would an Amazon operation look like in Indianapolis?

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We broke down the area Amazon wants for their HQ2 proposal in terms of Indianapolis landmarks to make the number more tangible.Read more


Fire pits sold by Home Depot recalled for burn risk

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If you bought a fire pit at Home Depot last year, it may be part of a recall.Read more

Senate passes Sunday alcohol sales; Gov. Holcomb pledges to sign

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Gov. Eric Holcomb says he "won't let too many Sundays pass" before signing a bill that would overturn a decades-old Indiana law banning carryout alcohol sales on that...Read more

Big changes coming to a Dunkin Donuts store near you

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At Dunkin Donuts, there will soon be less emphasis on their treats and more on their coffee products.Read more

Walmart to launch new online home shopping experience

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Walmart is launching a new online home shopping experience in the coming weeks that will let shoppers discover items based on their style.Read more

False story claims Dunkin' Donuts offering free doughnuts

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Dunkin' Donuts says a story and clickable coupon being shared widely online that offers free boxes of doughnuts to celebrate its anniversary is false.Read more

House approves Sunday alcohol sales

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Sunday alcohol sales are just one vote away from the governor's desk.Read more

"Magic Unicorns" coming to your cereal bowl

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For the first time in a decade, Lucky Charms is getting a new marshmallow that's sure to be extra magically delicious.Read more

Gen Con expects to sell-out of all badges in July

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Gen Con organizers expect to sell-out of all badge types in July. They also announced they'll stay in Indianapolis through 2022.Read more

Nonprofit launches ad campaign amid abortion clinic appeal

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A Texas-based nonprofit has put up several ads in northern Indiana in response to efforts opposing its proposed abortion clinic.Read more