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Attorney General Greg Zoeller (right) with Sen. Jim Merritt (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Legislators will consider tighter security protections against high- and low-tech data breaches. Indiana has required businesses since 2006 to notify the attorney general's...
It'll be a roarin' New Year's Eve with a brand new tradition in the Circle City. Downtown Indy, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and The Indiana Union Construction Industry unveiled the full-size Indy car that will be lowered like the famous New York Times Square ball drop. For...
Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis Christopher Coyne has been appointed by Pope Francis as Bishop of Burlington, Vermont. A Boston native, Bishop Coyne will formally be installed as pastor of Vermont’s 118,000 Catholics on Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 2:00 PM, with a Solemn Mass...
(image courtesy of SPEA at IU) An instructor at IU-Bloomington unwittingly picked an opportune time to take a group of students to Cuba for spring break next year. Dan Preston, a clinical assistant professor at IU's School of Public and Environmental Affairs, had already planned...
So far this winter, INDOT is salting less and enjoying it more. Last winter's combination of record or near-record snowfall and persistent frigid temperatures meant INDOT used 50% more salt on the roadways than in a typical winter. That's resulted in a corresponding price markup...
The latest news from a Megabus crash on I-65 north of Seymour puts more than 60 passengers on board the bus. Officials say the bus was headed from Chicago to Atlanta when the driver lost control while changing lanes and slid into the median before turning over. Officials say...
The nativity scene on the lawn of the Franklin County Courthouse will remain there until Christmas Day. The display has been at the center of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU of Indiana on behalf of the Freedom from Religion Foundation which challenges the constitutionality of the...
A 17-year-old already in custody on a charge of murder has been formally charged in a second murder in September. DeAngelo Hill is accused of fatally shooting Kayalleiujah Gibson, 16, on the evening of September 7. Gibson was found dead in the 3400 block of East 34th Street with...
(file photo courtesy RTV6) The law firm representing the State Fair stage collapse victims has announced a $50 million settlement in that case Friday. The Kenneth J. Allen Law Group says $11 million paid earlier by the State of Indiana is included in that figure. The deal...