GoDaddy pulled the ad before Sunday’s game after receiving strong criticism from animal welfare organizations and other groups.
Someone who casts an absentee ballot but dies before Election Day would still have their vote count under a proposal being considered by Indiana lawmakers.
The state parks natural resources chief says Indiana’s cold weather meant deer were moving about less and that reduced the number taken by hunters.
Three men are accused of causing about $450 in damage after stealing the skull and bones from a crypt and knocking the top off of a tombstone at Boonville’s Maple Grove Cemetery in early December.
The poll found Americans narrowly favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry and it also shows most believe wedding-related businesses should be allowed to deny service to same-sex couples for religious reasons
The company says the farm could open by January 2016 and would power the equivalent of 46,000 homes.
Contracts at two other schools — the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and University of California-Davis — are in the works, while a location at Purdue Memorial Union is slated to open in May.
The bill would gradually phase out the sale and production of cosmetics containing microbeads starting in 2017. New York and Illinois already have bans in place.
A multi-language website has launched to provide a resource to international businesses considering investment or job creation in Indiana.
Documents released by Purdue University show it spent more than $150,000 fighting to keep secret a report on the forced retirement of IPFW’s former chancellor.
The bill would also permit history lessons about winter holidays and traditional holiday greetings, including “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Hanukkah.”
Whitley County started the program back in November and about two dozen volunteers have signed up to help.