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(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The Indiana Department of Education fired 34 employees this week as the department began its transition under the new Superintendent Jennifer McCormick. The terminations were reportedly because of ‘shifting priorities’ in the...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The rules could soon change for the vaping industry in Indiana, and manufacturers e-liquids will likely feel the impact the strongest. Senate republicans have pledged to scale back the strict regulations that have been blamed for...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A mobile car crusher that crashed into and damaged an overpass on I-465 northbound at Rockville Road Tuesday morning is owned by Twins Trucking out of Indianapolis. Federal records show they have 17 vehicles and 17 drivers. Call 6...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The co-owner of an east side restaurant is offering a reward for any information related to the night when two of his employees were killed in a robbery. Sam Saadeh said the restaurant is offering $50,000 for any identifying...
Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) (Photo: Eric Berman/WIBC) New state regulations on vaping took effect last year. Senate Republicans say a top priority this year is to rewrite them. Legislators imposed new safety regulations for makers of the e-liquids used in...
Gov. Eric Holcomb (Photo Credit: Eric Berman/WIBC) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Eric Holcomb's first proposed state budget calls for $32 billion in state spending for the next two years. Spending in most of state government would go up about $300 million both years. School spending...
PHOTO: Thinkstock STATE WIDE--You may have heard that Gov. Holcomb plans to appoint a "drug czar" for Indiana to helpo deal with the state's opioid problem. There are several other angles that the governor and state legislature could be looking at to help, say some experts and...
(Photo: Jetta Productions/Thinkstock) A stay of execution for ISTEP. Legislators voted overwhelmingly last year to repeal and replace ISTEP with a shorter test. That law made the test coming up in a couple of months the last one. But Senate Education Chairman Dennis Kruse says...
(PHOTO: Sgt. John Perrine/Indiana State Police ) INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Northbound I-465 is shutdown at Rockville Road after a truck crashed into the overpass. A semi truck was too large for the overpass and crashed into a beam, INDOT spokesperson Nate Riggs said. Significant...