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This week is College Go Week, as the state's Higher Education Commission tries to get students and parents to think about what happens after high school. Just about every school in the state has activities planned for the week, "to make sure that students and families know what...
A report showing a widening gap between the rich and the poor could impact how the state pays for public schools. The report last week from Standard and Poor's said Indiana's state tax revenue could continue to fall in the future because of pressure on sales tax collections...
Former State Treasurer Richard Mourdock (WIBC.com file photo) Indiana may not have a permanent state treasurer until January. When Richard Mourdock abruptly resigned three weeks ago, Governor Pence announced within minutes the appointment of Indiana Finance Authority COO Daniel...
A freak accident has sent a 15-year-old Columbus teen to hospital with head injuries. Published reports say Kiara Williams was a passenger on a jet-ski on Hardy Lake when the watercraft hit a wave, tossing the teen into the water. Conservation officers say Williams' grandmother...
An Indianapolis man is facing felony charges of torturing, mutilating, and ultimately killing an animal. Metropolitan Police say 22-year old Jeremiah Long allegedly killed a neighbor's cat by shooting him with blowgun darts. The hapless cat, Tippy, had to be put down because of...
One year ago today, September 20, 2013, this was the first news of the day on 93 WIBC... Indianapolis would mourn the loss of Officer Bradway for the following week until his funeral, one of the largest police funerals ever at Indy's Crown Hill Cemetery.... Steven Byrdo, the man...
The Indiana Supreme Court turned down an appeal from the Colts' beer vendor, meaning a lawsuit stemming from the death of a 12-year-old girl in a drunk driving accident can move forward. The court voted not to hear an appeal from beer vendor Centerplate, which is based in...
John Means (photo courtesy IMPD) Metro Police charged a man Friday with murder in two double homicides which occurred earlier this year. Police say John Means was served with four separate warrants for murder in relation to the double homicides. The first occurred January 18 in...
A sophomore from Indiana State University has been arrested for allegedly making a post on social media about a possible shooting. A university spokesman says Rashon Ke'nise Marshall-Bowen, 19, of Indianapolis was taken to the Vigo County jail on a preliminary misdemeanor charge...