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Police in Shelbyville were called out to the 1200 block of Elm Street Tuesday afternoon on reports of an investigation. Few details were released about the nature of the investigation, but an RTV6 viewer reported that police in Shelbyville were seen digging in a nearby yard. SPD...
The State Board of Accounts is trying to encourage local governments to think through ethics standards. Elected and unelected state officials are subject to a state ethics code, while the General Assembly has its own ethics rules. But while legislators will study this year...
(wibc.com file photo) A judge says a lawsuit claiming the State Board of Education used email to meet behind the state superintendent's back can move forward. Marion County Superior Court Judge Cynthia Ayers denied a motion from Attorney General Greg Zoeller's office to dismiss...
(photo courtesy Indiana Rail Road) A railroad viaduct spanning a Lake Lemon inlet northeast of Bloomington was the scene of a near tragedy July 10th and the Indiana Rail Road Company says it's a lesson in the danger of trespassing on railroad property. An engineer in the lead...
Clark County Commissioners are reviewing the status of Sheriff Daniel Rodden. Rodden is indicted on seven counts of making a false statement and one count of counseling the destruction of evidence in a federal probe. He was put on conditional release from federal custody...
VisitIndy says this is shaping up to be a hot summer for tourism. Spokesman Chris Gahl says May through mid-August is a hot period to lure leisure visitors from Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, South Bend, Dayton and Champaign. Research has show that folks from those cities are...
A judge has upheld the smoking ban in Indianapolis, a ruling that will be appealed directly to the Indiana Supreme Court. In a ruling issued Monday, Marion County Superior Court Judge James Osborn ruled against a lawsuit filed by two members of the Tavern League of Indiana - The...
A federal grand jury and the Madison County Election Board are reviewing absentee ballots from this year's primary. U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett won't comment on the reported investigation, but the Anderson Herald-Bulletin reports a grand jury has subpoenaed all 2,400 absentee...
More than 200 immigrant children in the country's overcrowded system are in Indiana, but Governor Mike Pence has some questions. Calling it a "conundrum" Pence is sending a letter to the president asking some fundamental questions about the immigrant children. Pence says...