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It may be more difficult to operate one of those cash-for-gold businesses in Indiana. In a law that took effect with the new year, all stores that offer cash payments for gold jewelry or other types of gold have to register with the Secretary of State‘s Office and pay a registration fee of $100. The law was passed by the General Assembly last year with the aim of helping police catch jewelry thieves who quickly cash in what they stole at cash-for-gold businesses, which have become ubiquitous in some neighborhoods.
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Elwood Mayor Ron Arnold is currently under investigation for alleged misuse of campaign funds to pay for personal expenses. Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings says there‘s an allegation about gasoline use in the campaign account for personal vehicles. There‘s also allegations by his treasurer to pay for personal trips for his children‘s sporting events and […]24.04.14
About 1,800 Ball State University students take introductory astronomy courses each year, which is higher than the number taking such classes at IU, Purdue and Notre Dame combined. Ball State professor Ronald Kaitchuck says the planetarium has a lot to do with it. The planetarium will cease operations after Saturday. It will be replaced in […]24.04.14
The City of Indianapolis will not be hosting the Democratic or Republican National Conventions in 2016. Marc Lotter, spokesman for Mayor Greg Ballard says the city won‘t be submitting bids for either convention. Lotter says the city is already committed to hosting the NCAA Men‘s Final Four and NCAA Women‘s Olympics Trials among other events.