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INDIANAPOLIS -- Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was in Indianapolis on Thursday to speak at the Steward Speakers Series at Indiana University-Purdue University campus where he touched on what life has been like out of the public eye, current Attorney General Jeff...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Lawmakers are seeking repeal of Indiana’s 1991 “Smokers Bill of Rights” which says employers can’t refuse to hire smokers and can’t charge them higher premiums for health insurance. House Bill 1578, authored by Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer (R-Beech Grove), passed...
(photo: WIBC file) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Using a private email account to correspond about state government. Vice president and former Indiana governor Mike Pence may have done that through his personal email account, according to the Indianapolis Star - who says Pence had an...
We could soon learn Republicans' proposal for replacing President Obama's health care law. Indiana Congressman Jim Banks says to expect a proposal which incorporates health savings accounts like those in Indiana's Healthy Indiana Plan. He says it's also likely to include...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you've ever wanted to camp in the infield at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, you'll have your chance this May. IMS President Doug Boles and driver Graham Rahal teamed up Thursday afternoon to announce that for the first time ever, fans will be able to camp in...
INDIANAPOLIS--Maybe you get your music from an iPod or an mp3 player or Spotify or even Pandora. But, if you're a lover of audio in its purest form, and those people are called audiophiles, there is nothing that sounds better than dropping a needle in the grooves of a vinyl...
How Washington decides to replace Obamacare will mean changes for Indiana's budget. States historically have been responsible for a third of Medicaid costs -- the federal government picks up the rest. As an incentive to expand Medicaid, the government offered to pick up 90-...
(Photo of damage in Boone County. Courtesy of the Boone County Sheriff's Office.) MITCHELL, Ind. -- The National Weather Service has confirmed what many people living in Mitchell, Indiana already suspected: a tornado came through their area early Wednesday morning. EF-2 tornado...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis neighborhood is seeing a revival after a unique event drew attention to some of their blighted homes. The Old Southside Neighborhood Association hosted a property showcase last June to show investors what their neighborhood had to offer. The event...