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Notre Dame president Fr. Theodore Hesburgh (left) with Martin Luther King Jr. at a 1964 civil rights rally at Chicago's Soldier Field. (photo: University of Notre Dame) Hoosier leaders are remembering former Notre Dame president Theodore Hesburgh as a priest who left a lasting...
Matthew Carrington (photo courtesy IMPD) A former North Central High School coach charged with child seduction pleaded not guilty Friday in his initial court appearance. Matthew R. Carrington, 36, of Indianapolis, was arrested Thursday, two days after he was terminated from his...
Supporters of the move to repeal Indiana's common construction wage say it would save cities and schools money as they try to squeeze building projects into their budgets. But local governments are divided on whether repeal is a good idea. Indiana Association of Cities and Towns...
A man from Plainfield was one of several arrested in a sweep of a group who is accused of funneling money and weapons to ISIS. Jan Diltz, a spokeswoman for the US Attorney's office in St. Louis, says Nihad Rosic (RO-sich), 26, was one of six people arrested - Diltz says all of...
One of Indiana's top veterinarians says pet health insurance is growing by leaps and hounds. Dr. Jerry Risser is President of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association. He responded to the latest figures that show the nation spent $15.2 billion on veterinary care in 2014...
Attorney General Greg Zoeller is trying to find out who is sending lottery scam letters in which the sender impersonated Zoeller. Zoeller says emails and letters were sent claiming to offer $2 million in prize money if the "winners" first pay fees and taxes. In at least some of...
Yet more snow is headed to Indiana. National Weather Service Meteorologist John Hendrickson says another "significant snow event" will hit the entire state this weekend. The storm system will move in Saturday night and continue through Sunday. Hendrickson says northern Indiana...
The University of Notre Dame is mourning the loss of a former president. Reverend Theodore Hesburgh died Thursday night (Feb. 26) at Holy Cross House adjacent to the University. . Hesburgh served as president from 1952-1987. The university issued a release; Father Hesburgh...
(photo courtesy RTV6) The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has suspended hazard mitigation grants to the State of Indiana due to the ongoing issue with the construction of a new baseball stadium in Kokomo. The city of Kokomo is trying to build the baseball stadium as...