Central Indiana home construction permits hit 12-year high

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Ivy Tech Central Indiana Chancellor announces retirement

Ivy Tech Community College Central Indiana Chancellor Dr. Kathleen Lee has announced she will retire in July. Ivy Tech has launched a national search to fill the role.

Philip Rivers to Retire

The Indianapolis Colts will be searching for a new starting quarterback after Philip Rivers announced he is retiring from the NFL, according to the San Diego Tribune. Rivers came to Indianapolis a year ago after spending 16 seasons with the Chargers in San Diego and Los Angeles.

Five new county historians appointed

Five Indiana counties have new county historians after their appointments by the Indiana Historical Society and Indiana Historical Bureau. The new historians in Pulaski, Delaware, Vigo, LaPorte and Shelby counties will serve three-year terms.

Hoosiers sentenced in contracting fraud scheme

Five Indiana residents and a Michigan man have been sentenced in what authorities call a massive contracting fraud and money laundering scheme. Acting U.S. Attorney John Childress says the years-long conspiracy resulted in more than $8.4 million being stolen.

IU Med School, Regenstrief receive millions for study

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute has awarded nearly $3.5 million to the Indiana University School of Medicine and Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis. The university says the study will look into what emergency departments can do to help the millions of people suffering from anxiety-caused chest pain.

Delta Dental Foundation Creates COVID-19 Equipment Fund

The Delta Dental Foundation has announced the creation of the COVID-19 Dental Equipment Fund. The foundation says the $400,000 fund will be used to assist certain dental organizations in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio with COVID-19-related dental supplies.

Community Health Network launches police department

A police force of 60 officers has been sworn in to cover all sites of Community Health Network. The health system says the newly-created department's officers have the authority to detain and arrest and will have its own investigative unit.