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Violent crime is a social ill that negatively impacts millions of people every year in the U.S. While considerable resources are devoted to crime prevention at the local, state and federal levels – and justifiably so – it’s important that we do everything in our power to lift up those impact…

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With harvest underway in the Hoosier heartland, how fortunate we are to benefit from the hard work and dedication of America’s farmers.

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Despite the arrival of August and the impending fall, it’s still summer. Those lazy, hazy days are still upon us and there is still time to take a walk down Memory Lane.

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If your driveway needs paving or repairs, don’t trust just anyone to do the job. BBB Scam Tracker has received numerous reports of unscrupulous contractors who trick homeowners with supposedly good deals.

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When the state of Indiana officially closed our fiscal books on June 30, we collected $1.24 billion more than was last forecasted, which has created over $6 billion in reserves. In short, Indiana’s economy continues an unprecedented growth rate, thanks to employers and employees investing th…

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Many college students are looking for flexible, part-time employment to help cover school expenses. Finding a job can be difficult, and students feel pressure to find work quickly. If this situation describes you or a student in your life, watch out for scams.

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In 2010, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution designating June as National Internet Safety month and calling on internet safety organizations, law enforcement, educators, community leaders, parents and volunteers to increase efforts to raise the level of awareness in the U.S. regarding the ne…

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Between 1840 and 1930, more than 1 million Swedes immigrated to the U.S. That was 1/4th of Sweden’s population in the late 1800s. The largest numbers came from the south-central area of Sweden called Smaland, which is where all of my ancestors had lived.

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A couple of weeks ago, three of my old pals flew into town. After a forgettable round of golf we settled into a local watering hole where drinks, cigars and stories of our sordid pasts were passed around.

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As the job market continues to fluctuate, scammers continue to find new ways to spice up old tricks. A new scam has surfaced tricking job hunters into believing they have an interview offer from a recruiter.

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Like many young people, I once dreamed of being a police officer. The thought of chasing bad guys, wearing a uniform and driving a fast car with sirens wailing was exhilarating.

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‘Two out of three caregivers are women, so when demand for that care goes up, they will be ones to leave the workforce,” said Luke Pardue, economist at Gusto. The Institute on Aging added, about 75 percent of all caregivers are female and may spend 50 percent more time providing care than ma…

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With donations to Ukrainian causes rising – scammers aren’t very far behind. The Ukrainian government has been accepting cryptocurrency as a form of donation, but with the uncertainty and confusion behind cryptocurrency and the war, scammers have quickly latched on to create a scam to pull o…

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With the passing of House Enrolled Act 1003 by the Indiana State Legislature, the Nursing Indiana Back to Health law, several barriers have been removed to filling the nursing shortage in Indiana.