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The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) announced Monday evening it will provide an additional $740,000 to 43 domestic violence shelters across the state. The ICJI said that is in addition to the nearly $1.2 million it approved last Friday. The money will be added to the...
(file photo courtesy Indiana Fever) Former Indiana Fever Head Coach Lin Dunn was honored Monday night by the Indianapolis City-County Council. The council passed a resolution recognizing Dunn for her contributions to women's basketball. Dunn retired as head coach of the Fever...
Bob Ashley (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) The challenger to Representative Eric Turner wants him to resign now rather than wait until after the election. Turner (R, Cicero), the former House Speaker Pro Tem, announced last week that he was going to work for a ministry in Atlanta,...
A trailer that once contained high-powered weapons and 20,000 rounds of ammunition was recovered after it was stolen from an Indianapolis gun store over the weekend. According to Metro Police and ATF investigators, the guns were sitting in a trailer behind Profire Arms and...
(photo courtesy Indiana Toll Road) The private company which operates the Indiana Toll Road is filing for bankruptcy today. ITR Concession Company is the operating arm of a Spanish-Australian consortium which paid nearly $4 billion for a 75-year lease on the Toll Road in 2006...
The Centers for Disease Control is urging all eligible Americans to get flu shots now. Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. William Schaffner says flu season generally begins in November and runs through February. However, he says it can begin earlier and run past April. He says...
This week is College Go Week, as the state's Higher Education Commission tries to get students and parents to think about what happens after high school. Just about every school in the state has activities planned for the week, "to make sure that students and families know what...
A report showing a widening gap between the rich and the poor could impact how the state pays for public schools. The report last week from Standard and Poor's said Indiana's state tax revenue could continue to fall in the future because of pressure on sales tax collections...
Former State Treasurer Richard Mourdock (WIBC.com file photo) Indiana may not have a permanent state treasurer until January. When Richard Mourdock abruptly resigned three weeks ago, Governor Pence announced within minutes the appointment of Indiana Finance Authority COO Daniel...