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A $100,000 grant will assist the expansion of computer science programs at Pike, Arsenal Tech, and Providence Cristo Rey High Schools. The three schools have partnered with IUPUI's School of Informatics on a program to steer more students into science and technology careers --...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After parking in a handicapped space, an Indianapolis woman with a serious heart condition returned to find an anonymous note, insulting her for taking the spot. Emily Ingram Frye parked at the the Kroger on Thompson Road, on Indianapolis' southeast side on...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Another sexual assault was reported at IUPUI, the third such report in a week. The most recent assault reportedly happened Tuesday morning at about 11:45 a.m., in the 1000 block of W. New York Street. According to the university's crime logs, the suspect is...
SPEEDWAY, Ind.--You won't be able to smoke in the seats at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway anymore, starting in October. The announcement came today from the Speedway and got immediate thumbs up from the Alliance for a Healthier Indiana and the Indiana State Department of Health...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you went to Chipotle in late March or early April, your burrito may have come with a side of credit card hacking. The Denver-based burrito chain announced Tuesday that hackers had access to the network that supports its payment system for nearly a month, from...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- More than 32,000 firefighters from across the United States and nearly 60 countries from around the world are visiting downtown Indianapolis for the Fire Department Instructors Conference, or F.D.I.C., as it's known, for short. More than 800 vendors will be...
INDIANAPOLIS -- North Central High School students elected their first transgender prom king on Saturday. A loud roar of excitement was captured on camera the moment Alan Belmont was announced as prom king. The 17-year-old junior said he hopes the win will help other students...
MOORSEVILLE, Ind. -- A woman was fired from her job after she informed her boss she needed time off to have brain surgery. Amanda Anderson worked as a preschool teacher when she was called to have surgery. Initially, Anderson thought her constant headaches and nausea were linked...
INDIANAPOLIS -- You already know that what you eat has a big effect on how healthy you are. An Indianapolis hospital is trying to use that information to reduce the number of people who need care. Eskenazi Health CEO Lisa Harris says 90-percent of chronic diseases could be...