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Baron Hill is looking to go back to Washington. Hill made it official Wednesday and released a statement that he running for U.S. Senate in 2016. "There’s a reason Indiana is known as America’s heartland – it’s because we’re America’s heart and soul. Growing up in Seymour, I...
Glenda Ritz on April 30, announcing she was considering a run for governor (wibc.com file photo) The reconstituted State Board of Education meets for the first time today, and the meeting comes one day before the woman some say is the reason for changes to the board will likely...
Just as Indiana begins a long-debated study of redistricting reform, the U.S. Supreme Court may throw a wrench into the process. Changing Indiana's method of redistricting has been a topic of discussion since at least 2009, when then-Secretary of State Todd Rokita called for...
An Indiana mom photographed breastfeeding her child in a Terre Haute T.G.I. Fridays that had her photographed unknowingly put on social media has been a topic of conversation among those in the breastfeeding community. Conner Kendall's story was featured in People Magazine and...
It appears that Hillary Clinton is going to be in the Circle City in just a few weeks. It was announced on Tuesday that Clinton has scheduled a fund raising event for June 22nd. The stop is one of 26 that are scheduled for the next several weeks. The event is expected to be...
IUPUI Chancellor Dr. Charles Bantz is stepping down. Tuesday marked Bantz's 12-year anniversary as leader of the downtown Indianapolis institution. However, Bantz says he's staying on and is rejoining the faculty. He'll teach communication and organizational communication. Bantz...
A new Apartment List survey shows that more Americans are now renting their homes than any other time in 20 years. Indiana Apartment Association President Lynne Petersen says that's due to numerous factors: more college graduates are choosing to rent, fallout from the Great...
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway goes back to the future next weekend, with 33 former 500 starters taking the green flag to race '60s and '70s sports cars. It's the second year for the Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational. More than 400 cars will drive the Speedway's road course...
(image courtesy of Vanity Fair) An Indianapolis-based plastic surgeon says there's no shortage of patients opting for gender transformation surgery. Dr. Greg Chernoff says at any given time, he has at least a dozen patients ultimately seeking gender reassignment procedures. He's...