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The man who prosecuted Colts owner Jim Irsay says there was not enough evidence to charge him with a felony in his impaired driving case. Irsay pleaded guilty Monday to a single misdemeanor charge, with a second charge dropped as part of his plea deal. "The first count,...
A federal appeals court ruling says Indiana's Right To Work law does not violate the U.S. Constitution. A three-judge panel from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago ruled 2-to-1 that the 2012 law is not pre-empted by federal labor law and does not violate the free speech...
Indianapolis Democratic Mayoral hopeful Ed Delaney says the Ballard administration is failing when it comes to keeping tabs on charter schools. This comes after word that Flanner House Elementary School is closing after a state probe found teachers and administrators helped...
Marian University, St. Vincent Hospital, Indiana Sports Corporation and others are partnering on a multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art sports performance complex. Marian University President Daniel Elsener and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard made the announcement today (...
A weeklong court hearing this week in South Bend could save a Franklin College student's murderer from the death penalty, or end his last chance at escaping it. Michael Overstreet has been on death row for 14 years for the 1997 abduction and murder of 18-year-old Kelly Eckart...
Colts owner Jim Irsay has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of impaired driving. Irsay had faced two charges, but as part of a deal with Hamilton County prosecutors agreed to plead guilty to one charge. The second charge was dismissed, but Irsay will be sentenced to one...
Get ready for the "Big Squeeze" if you drive Interstate 65 in southern Indiana. Lane reductions were scheduled to begin Tuesday with morning rush hour as a new stage of construction begins for the Ohio River Bridges Project Downtown Crossing. Three lanes will be reduced to two...
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Colts' arrival in Indianapolis. But they missed being Indiana's first NFL franchise by more than 60 years. The Hammond Pros and Muncie Flyers were among the 14 original franchises in what was initially called the American Professional...
The death of a jail inmate in Johnson County is under investigation. Emergency crews were called to the jail Sunday night after Thomas Wyss, 39 collapsed in a holding cell. Officials said another inmate in the cell hit the panic button for help after Wyss collapsed. Franklin...