Author: James Briggs

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Of course HQ2 was about incentives.        ... [Read More]
Amazon made a stunning announcement to cancel its plan for a headquarters in New York. The company "will not reopen the HQ2 search at this... [Read More]
The Toll is a weekly IndyStar newsletter written by James Briggs and Ryan Martin. [Read More]
Greg Ballard is not one of them, at least not yet.        ... [Read More]
If there is one point that Hogsett wants to make clear, it's that he cares — perhaps above all else — about bipartisanship.       ... [Read More]
Shelby Hunn always made people laugh, their friends said.        ... [Read More]
People who have grown up and raised families south of Lucas Oil Stadium have one day per year when they feel like part of a... [Read More]
The Babe Denny neighborhood was ignored through redlining and fractured by Interstate 70. Then came Lucas Oil Stadium.        ... [Read More]
The dockless scooters that can go at speeds of 15 mph and distances of about 15 miles were in the city for about four weeks... [Read More]
The Indianapolis mayor introduced his 2019 budget to the City-County Council on Monday.        ... [Read More]
A viral video of the work stoppage went viral.        ... [Read More]
The Democratic mayor derided as 'Pothole Joe' is aiming to solve the city's infrastructure problems.        ... [Read More]
The company has been staffing up at Salesforce Tower, but now it's restructuring.        ... [Read More]
Pacers Bikeshare ridership fell as soon as scooters hit the streets in Indianapolis.        ... [Read More]
The Great Scooter War might not be over.        ... [Read More]
The dockless scooters are coming back. But some says fees could be prohibitive.        ... [Read More]
The council has shown bipartisan support for the project, yet has a history of volatility.        ... [Read More]
City-County Councilor Jeff Miller: "I don't think anyone liked the plan."        ... [Read More]
The former CEO and CFO will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties.        ... [Read More]
Mayor Joe Hogsett previously issued a statement that said the "merit board system must be changed."        ... [Read More]
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