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  • Ind. driving school sued by attorney general

    Zoeller INDIANAPOLIS (Legal Newsline) – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has filed a lawsuit against KC Driving School and its owner, Kimberly J. Cleeter. Zoeller’s lawsuit seeks a permanent injunction, consumer restitution, civil penalties and investigative costs and alleges...

  • Ind. AG reaches settlement over propane prices

    Zoeller INDIANAPOLIS (Legal Newsline) – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller recently reached a settlement with Ashland Propane Demotte LLC over its alleged failure to honor contracts. Ashland Propane will pay customers who were allegedly overcharged by the Jasper County-based company...

  • Duke proposes $1.9 billion Indiana grid upgrade

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Duke Energy asked state regulators Friday to approve a nearly $2 billion upgrade of its Indiana electric grid, improvements the utility said would help reduce power outages by adding "self-healing" smart technologies to the grid. Duke is Indiana's largest electric utility,...

  • Ind. AG sues waste removal business for a second time

    Zoeller LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Legal Newsline) – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed a second lawsuit against a former Lafayette-based waste removal company on Wednesday in an attempt to regain restitution for customers who the company allegedly left without service. Tippecanoe Waste...

  • New solar farm in Richmond, Ind., begins generating power

    RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) — A utility says its latest solar farm in eastern Indiana has started generating electricity. Indiana Municipal Power Agency says the eight-acre solar farm on the grounds of Richmond Power and Light contains about 4,000 solar panels. They will generate one megawatt of...

  • 2014 shaping up to be third-hottest year ever

    Global temperatures were 1.2 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average for January through July, according to the National Climatic Data Center.

  • A fatal level of trust in Veterans Affairs care

    'A good man' dies after Veterans Affairs doctors dismissed his pain and rectal bleeding as constipation and hemorrhoids. The second in a five-part series.



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