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INDOT officials say construction on the Indiana side of the Big Four Bridge is complete, meaning the long-awaited opening of the ramp to the popular pedestrian bridge could happen this week. [WDRB]

One of two Walmart stores that opened last year in Washington, D.C., has 83,000 square feet of retail space right on a street corner, topped by four stories of apartments, with parking underground. The other occupies land that was once a car dealership — again, located right at the street, with parking below. [C-J/AKN]

Another day, another frustratingly senseless shooting in Possibility City. [WHAS11]

Are you saving more for retirement? A recent study by Fidelity Investments found that over the past 12 months, 1 in 5 employees upped their 401(k) savings rate — the highest percentage since Fidelity began tracking the number seven years ago. [H-L]

A Louisville defense attorney said new evidence could clear two teens accused of assaulting a woman in her car in the downtown area nearly two months ago. [WLKY]

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Put on your outrage hats because this animal cruelty lady will set you on fire. [WAVE3]

Although transgender women have never been more visible in the United States—Chelsea Manning, Janet Mock, Carmen Carrera, Fallon Fox, Laverne Cox—some journalists are still not quite sure how to write about them. [WFPL]

J. Chester Porter, founder of Porter Bancorp Inc., the holding company for PBI Bank. Inc., died Sunday. He was 73 years old. [Business First]

You know what’s missing in the housing recovery? New houses. [NPR]

Allowing same-sex couples to marry in Indiana could be a big boost to the state economy, according to a new study from the Williams Institute. [News & Tribune]