An Indianapolis City-County Council Committee on Monday night voted unanimously—though with reluctance—to weaken the city's so-called "ban the box” ordinance, which prohibits city vendors from asking about their job applicants’ prior criminal history.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor vehicles intentionally overcharged some 5.5 million Hoosiers for years, even after its misconduct was pointed out, said an attorney whose firm announced the second settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the agency.
An Indianapolis City-County Council committee on Tuesday night unanimously approved a resolution to issue $20 million in notes to pay for planning and design costs associated with building the new criminal justice center.
The Indiana Transportation Museum has been denied in its request for a federal temporary restraining order against the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority. The ruling likely derails for a second straight year the Indiana State Fair Train excursion from Noblesville to Indianapolis.
Failed retailer HHGregg Inc., which racked up more than $2 billion in annual revenue prior to landing in bankruptcy this March, has sold its name and other intellectual property rights for a mere $400,000.