Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Today's news

Dungy Staying in Indianapolis WCSI News
The Indianapolis Colts held a press conference this afternoon to announce that Tony Dungy will remain as head coach for the Colts for the 2008-2009 season.

Downtown Luncheon to Address Education in Global Economy — WCSI News
Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus is taking reservations for "Maintaining America’s Competitiveness in the 21st Century Global Economy: The Role of P-16 in Education."

Local Man Dies — WCSI News
A former Democrat Party activist and Cummins executive has passed away. Richard better known as “Dick” Stoner died Saturday.

Man Kills Woman Before Committing Suicide — WCSI News
Indiana State Police are calling the deaths of two people in Decatur County a murder-suicide.

Cemetery Fraud — WCSI News
In what state officials called a raid of 22 million in trust fund money has the owner of a cemetery and funeral home on State Road 135 and his wife facing multiple criminal charges.

Family Court Project gets $10,000 grant — WCSI News
The Four-County Family Court Project in Bartholomew, Brown, Jackson and Lawrence counties will receive a $10,000 grant from the Indiana Supreme Court’s Division of State Court Administration.

Sheriffs Department Sex Offender Registry — WCSI News
Beginning January 28th, the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting state mandated annual registration of convicted sex and violent offenders, who reside or work within Bartholomew County.

Renewable Energy Bill Considered In House Committee — WCSI News
An Indiana House committee is expected to vote this week on a bill that requires most electricity suppliers in the state to increase renewable energy resources.

Governor's Property Tax Bill Advances To Indiana House — WCSI News
A committee vote has sent the property tax plan proposed by Governor Mitch Daniels to the full Indiana House of Representatives.

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