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Close Harding Street Coal plant
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to cut carbon emission by 30 percent by 2030 from existing power plants is a monumental step in the right direction. This...
Central Indiana Farmers Markets
Get in touch with your local farmers and craftsmen! This guide will give you the lowdown on when and where to find farmers markets in Central Indiana, as well as some special...
IMPD Asking for Public's Help in Broad Ripple shooting
Police are calling for the public's help in identifying two suspects who shot seven people in an exchange of gunfire early Saturday in Broad Ripple.
Tipton Wind Developer Withdraws Plans to Build project
TIPTON – The developer of a contentious wind farm in Tipton County has announced it will no longer pursue the Prairie Breeze Wind Farm.
Appeals court orders state to recognize one same-sex marriage
The U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered the state to recognize the same-sex marriage of one Hoosier couple. The decision marks the latest development in a week of...
Guest blog: My take on Indiana Energy Policy
I spent the month of May in Germany investigating the German energy transition. The Energiewende is the government’s policy t
Judge Strikes Down Indiana Ban on Gay Marriage
A federal judge struck down Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage Wednesday in a ruling that immediately allowed gay couples to wed.
Editorial: Indiana needs to reduce its dependence on coal
Take a deep breath. Despite proposed new EPA regulations, and despite the fears of business and political leaders and the hopes of environmentalists, coal-fired power plants...
State agency fights utility rates for electric cars
A consumer group and a state agency said Friday that Indianapolis consumers shouldn't face increased rates for electricity so that a utility can set up a proposed electric...
Indiana high school teacher fired for being an atheist
A high school German teacher in Middlebury, Indiana claims he was fired for complaining about the religious environment at the charter school where he taught, 
The world's first climate change game show
The Ain't Too Late Show. It's the kind of wordplay you'd expect from a guy who knocked out Haiku News on a weekly basis for years. But the title of Jim
IFA Seeks Volunteers for our Upcoming Ecoblitz!
The Indiana Forest Alliance (IFA), Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC), Knob and Valley Audubon Society, and Winding Waters Sierra Club, Greater Bloomington Sierra Club, and...
NUVO News Blog
Our partners at The Statehouse File reported the following:
Carbon Plan Puts Democrats in Coal States on the Defensive
LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Obama administration’s proposal for sharp cuts to emissions from power
Gov. Pence to announce expanded Healthy Indiana Plan
Gov. Mike Pence is scheduled to announce Thursday the expansion of the state's Healthy Indiana Plan as an alternative to Medicaid to cover uninsured Hoosiers. The long-awaited an
Gov. Pence lets energy program expire without signing bill
A 2-year-old program designed to cut energy consumption in Indiana homes, schools and businesses will end Dec. 31 without Gov. Mike Pence's signature. In a statement issued short
Whole Foods to Open Downtown Indianapolis Store
Whole Foods Market has a surprise in store for Downtown Indianapolis residents. The Austin, Texas-based health-foods chain said today it plans to open a new grocery store at...
Want to Be a Speaker at TEDxIndianapolis 2014? Here's How. | TEDxIndianapolis
To make a real difference, you’ve got to keep moving forward. Break down barriers. Forget about routine. You’ve got to get out of your comfort zone and experiment with all the...