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Indiana drivers are discovering legislators were serious about a new law ordering you not to block the left lane. State Police spokesman Todd Ringle estimates troopers have handed out more than 100 warnings in six days for staying in the left lane with other cars behind you. He...
Indiana is trying to close off a potential avenue for counterfeit prescriptions. Florida has had problems with so-called "pop-up pharmacies" -- storefronts which don't actually stock any drugs, but offer to get your prescription filled at a discount. Because there are no meds on...
INDOT is experimenting with speed limits which vary depending on the traffic. INDOT is patching and resurfacing a 10-mile stretch of I-65 between Edinburgh and Franklin. It's putting in new digital speed limit signs starting a few miles ahead of the work zone on either side, and...
Two of Indiana's top economics scholars are speaking out on Greece. Ball State University's Dr. Mike Hicks says it's likely going to take a half-century for Greece to recover from its current fiscal crises. Hicks says Greece's unresolved $350 billion debt load could likely throw...
Indianapolis will find out by next week whether it's choosing from two candidates for mayor or three. Supporters filed more than enough signatures last week to put Ten Point Coalition founder Charles Harrison on the ballot as an independent. But there's a two-step process to...
A major insurance company based in Indianapolis continues efforts to buy a competitor, even as another big insurance merger was announced. Anthem wants to buy Cigna for $47 billion, an offer that has been rebuffed by Cigna so far because Cigna wants it's CEO to have a leading...
Wayne Townsend, the Democratic nominee for governor in 1984, has died at age 89. Townsend was elected to the state Senate in 1976 and served two terms -- in his first year in the Senate, he cast the deciding vote to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The Hartford City Democrat...
A deadly night in the circle city left two people dead and several others wounded. The first incident happened around 10 pm in the 800 block of Udell Street were police responded to the call of a man stabbed in the stomach and neck and he later died at the hospital. Police...
Governor Pence at the signing of RFRA, flanked by lawmakers and conservative religious leaders (wibc.com file photo) Two sex offenders are challenging a new state law they say prevents them from attending church. A law that took effect on Wednesday bans "serious sex offenders...