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Is the tech sector's bubble about to burst again? That's what billionaire Indiana University graduate Mark Cuban is warning. And at least one Indiana technology expert seems to agree. Jonathan Blake Huer is Ball State University's Director of Emerging Technologies. Huer says...
(image courtesy of Facebook) As schools continue giving the first portion of ISTEP, one administrator says he and his teachers are spending more time trying to keep from excessively worrying about the exam. "I have absolutely had more students (this year) express to me their...
(photo courtesy IFD) A propane-fed heater is being blamed for a house fire on the city's south side Thursday night. IFD crews responded to the home in the 3300 block of Carson Avenue around 6:30 p.m. and found heavy fire coming from the garage. Beech Grove Fire crews also...
Catherine Wallace holding her late husband's dog tag. (photo courtesy RTV6) A military dog tag that was lost more than 70 years ago on the beaches of Normandy are back home with the wife and family of the man who fought for his country and survived the D-Day campaign. James...
Kieah Williams (photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD detectives arrested a suspect Wednesday in the shooting death of a 19-year-old on the city's near northeast side. Police say 34-year-old Kieah Williams allegedly shot 19-year-old Devonzae Jones Monday night in the 2500 block of Caroline...
Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley (R-Noblesville, left) and school funding subcommittee chairman Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley is praising House Republicans' budget, but says he expects to dial it back a...
(image courtesy of Facebook) As schools continue giving the first portion of ISTEP, one administrator says he and his teachers are spending more time trying to keep from excessively worrying about the exam. "I have absolutely had more students (this year) express to me their...
Indianapolis has made the top 20 in a new list of America's hardest working cities. The list from badcredit.org compares data from the US Census Bureau and Bureau of Labor Statistics for the percentage of population over 16 in the workforce, households with children under the...
An Indianapolis police officer who pleaded guilty to drunk driving will spend 10 days in jail. Allen Johnson, a five-year veteran of IMPD, was arrested last August in Fishers. Johnson will also spend 235 days on electronic home monitoring and 485 days on probation. If Johnson...