The Indianapolis Star

Indiana State Sen. Luke Kenley thinks the state's redevelopment agencies have too much freedom to approve spending on large projects and has proposed a bill to curb their power, but the state House has refused to hear the bill.
Apr 18, 2011   The Indianapolis Star
Hundreds of townships in Indiana serve fewer than 1,000 people each, prompting some government officials to call for consolidation to reduce wasted resources.
Jan 26, 2011   The Indianapolis Star
Voters in Indiana were set to vote on a referendum to raise money for an ambitious $2.4 billion transit plan, but now the state's Republican leaders say they'll block the effort.
Nov 12, 2010   The Indianapolis Star
Bike lanes and sharrows are being added to more streets in Indianapolis, which is a fairly new concept for the city and its drivers.
Feb 13, 2010   The Indianapolis Star
<p>Indianapolis has a growing problem with abandoned houses. To fight the blight, they're now selling the homes online.</p>
Jul 14, 2008   The Indianapolis Star
<p>High rates of accidents and few bike lanes make Indianapolis a dangerous place to ride a bike, according to this article.</p>
Mar 21, 2008   The Indianapolis Star
<p>Lawmakers in Indiana have approved an incentive program that seeks to attract filmmakers to the state, a move that overrides a veto by Governor Mitch Daniels.</p>
Feb 16, 2008   The Indianapolis Star
<p>Civic groups in Indianapolis are pushing city officials to consider streetcars downtown.</p>
Feb 7, 2008   The Indianapolis Star
<p>The state of Indiana has announced plans to purchase more than 150 miles of abandoned railways, much of which is slated to become greenspace.</p>
Dec 5, 2007   The Indianapolis Star
<p>An analysis of census data has shown that the shape of the mass migration from New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina was largely determined by race.</p>
Sep 24, 2007   The Indianapolis Star
<p>Supporters and critics of a proposal to build a new 75-mile bypass road around Indianapolis debate whether the new road will help or hurt the city.</p>
Nov 20, 2006   The Indianapolis Star