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INDIANAPOLIS -- A bill to require cursive writing in Indiana schools, that was passed Monday by the full Senate, now moves to the House for possible action. Senate Bill 8 would require each Indiana school corporation, charter school and accredited nonpublic elementary school to...
INDIANAPOLIS -- For the 27th year, White Castle is offering up more than just "sliders" and onion chips on Valentine's Day. The restaurant chain is taking reservations for special Valentine's Day dinners between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 14. "We decorate the 'Castle'...
BICKNELL, Ind. -- A Knox County native was among two soldiers killed over the weekend in a helicopter crash at Fort Irwin, California. The Army says 1st Lieutenant Clayton Cullen died Saturday after his helicopter went down during a training exercise. Cullen, 25, grew up in the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Moussa Niang, 24, is accused of choking, beating, and pointing a gun at a man during an off-duty altercation on New Year's Eve. IMPD says Niang loaned a female friend $30 in mid-December, and that on New Year's Eve, Niang drove to the woman's house to get his...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind- -22-year-old Makayla Carpenter is facing criminal charges after court records indicate she held her hand over her 2-year-old son's mouth for 45 minutes, which made it hard for him to breathe. Police say there is video evidence to show that Carpenter was...
CARMEL, Ind. -- The Human Resources Director for Carmel Clay Schools had been on paid leave for the past 3 months, but now she has resigned. Corrine Middleton was placed on paid administrative leave in October the same week former Superintendent Nicholas Wahl was also placed on...
CARMEL, Ind. -- The vote for a special amendment to allow an Islamic center and mosque to be built on a piece of Carmel property has been pushed back because the turnout at the community hearing Monday night was so large that it was standing room only. Over 100 people had to be...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Last week, Network Indiana reported on Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly's call for President Trump to renew his declaration of the opioid epidemic as a "national public health emergency." "We have seen too little action taken relative to the magnitude of the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Senate has voted to allow Sunday alcohol sales, with a House vote likely to follow on Tuesday. Without debate, the Senate voted 39-10 for a bill allowing alcohol sales from noon to 8 p.m. on Sundays, for the first time since Prohibition. The change would take...