Today: On this Reporters' Roundtable Thursday, "Times" Statehouse reporter Dan Carden and "Times" business reporter Joseph Pete talk about the stories they're put out in print and online. Greg Tejeda with the "Post-Tribune" also offers his stories on Gary city government and about the new candidates on the city's primary election ballot. And Becca Costello with the Indiana Public Media digital team tells us about her ongoing series of website stories drawn from a Hoosier Civil War soldier's diary entries. Peter J Matthews served in a regimental band and documented his daily experiences.
Dan's stories include the latest news from the General Assembly and how Indiana's congressional delegation is doing. Joseph's stories include the latest on the proposed data center along Lake Michigan in Hammond and about the possibility that we could see once again Peerless Potato Chips on supermarket shelves.