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Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) announced that on July 28 it received official notice from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) that its health centers in Merrillville, Bloomington and Indianapolis were found compliant with state abortion clinic...
The main exhibit hall at Gen Con 2015, just before the opening (image courtesy of Gen Con/Facebook) The country's biggest gathering of gamers begins today in Indy. Gen Con starts its 12th consecutive year at the Indiana Convention Center. More than 56,000 people attended what is...
Democrat Jim Schellinger says jobs and economic development will be his top priorities as the new President of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Republican Governor Mike Pence named Schellinger to the post Wednesday. Pence says Schellinger - also CEO of CSO...
Foreclosures are down in Central Indiana. The Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors' latest report shows foreclosures for the region dipped by 3.6% in the second quarter of this year. Foreclosures sales were down 8.5%. However, traditional home listings were also down 6.0...
It'll be a bike filled weekend in Indianapolis. Mayor Greg Ballard and the Indianapolis Cultural Trail announced a new partnership. Tech firm UST Global is providing free access to folks seeking Pacers Bikeshare rentals this coming weekend. It's to kick off the One Million...
A 6-year-old boy was killed and several others were injured in a church bus crash on Interstate 70 on Tuesday afternoon. All eastbound lanes of I-70 were shut down in Hancock County for three hours following the wreck near mile marker 107. The bus from St. Jude Deliverance...
A Butler University sports marketing expert is speaking out on the latest twist in the Tom Brady deflategate saga. Dr. Dan McQuiston says Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady clearly didn't want anyone to see what was on his cellphone. This comes after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell...
Hoosier consumers are expected to spend upwards of $1.3 billion on back to school sales this year. Purdue University Retail Expert Dr. Richard Feinberg says back to school time remains the second biggest time of year for the nation's retailers right behind the Christmas season...
An Indiana consumer group says misguided leadership and a questionable downtown electric distribution network are among the reasons why the state should cut Indianapolis Power & Light's request for a rate hike way back. The Indiana Office of Utility and Consumer Counselor is...