Officials reveal Indy Super Bowl security plan

INDIANAPOLIS — Helicopters, street-corner cameras and police officers carrying hand-held devices will be watching intently as tens of thousands of fans descend on downtown Indianapolis for Super Bowl week.


Attorney general to challenge order that Daniels testify

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana judge on Friday ordered Gov. Mitch Daniels to be deposed in two lawsuits over the state's cancellation of a $1.37 billion contract IBM received to modernize the state's welfare system, but the state attorney general said he would challenge the order.


Indiana scraps tax e-filing system, turns to vendors

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Revenue has ended its in-house electronic income tax filing system and has partnered with a group of private tax application vendors who provide e-file services to two dozen states and the IRS.


VIDEO: Flash mob for sustainability

Several dozen students from a project management class in the Miller College of Business staged a flash mob in the Atrium at lunchtime to promote sustainability.

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