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(photo courtesy RTV6) Metro Police are investigating a fatal shooting on the city's near northeast side Monday night. Officers were flagged down at the corner of East 38th Street and North Station Street on a report of a person shot. They found an unidentified man unresponsive...
Officials from General Electric joined a bevy of elected leaders Monday to break ground on a $100 million plant that will eventually produce jet engines. The GE Aviation facility is slated to open by 2016 and could start hiring workers as soon as next year. Lafayette Mayor Tony...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A woman was injured and a man is dead following a shooting and SWAT standoff Monday afternoon in Noblesville. Noblesville Police Lt. Bruce Barnes says officers were called to the ten thousand block of Cerulean Drive around 2:30 p.m. on a report of a...
An Indiana University medical ethicist is defending a controversial Facebook research study. IU Center for Bioethics Director Dr. Eric Meslin says the study - published in the journal Nature - combines marketing, science and social media for the purpose of public education...
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is taking a cold, hard look at water resources across the state. Chamber Spokesman Tom Schuman says much Central and Southern Indiana don't have strong enough resources to meet future growth needs. Schuman says commercial and residential demands...
(photo courtesy Indiana Dunes Tourism) A new National Park Service report shows Indiana's national parks are continuing to do big business. The report shows they generated $82 million, attracted 1.9 million visitors and supported almost 1200 jobs statewide in 2013. However, the...
Deer hunting might be coming to Eagle Creek Park. The parks department in Indianapolis has long thought the deer population was exploding at Eagle Creek, and now it says it has evidence. It's from a recent report from an ecologist at Purdue University. "(As of) October 2013, we'...
A new Bankrate survey shows Americans - especially millennials - prefer to sit on cash as their main method for long term investing. The survey shows 40% of young Americans prefer cash and Americans overall choose it over the stock market or real estate. Financial analysts call...
How well is Indiana prepared to deal with a catastrophic event? Local, state and federal agencies will be put to the test during a two-week mass disaster training exercise starting Monday. More than 5,000 military and civilian personnel will be involved. The exercise provides an...