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INDIANAPOLIS -- Several Indiana lawmakers have said they are either suspending or donating their pay during the current government shut down. After a dramatic 11th-hour standoff, Congress was unable to pass a funding bill to keep the government from shutting down late Friday...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Hundreds, if not thousands, of women gathered in downtown Indianapolis on Saturday for The Women's March Indiana, Reclaiming Our State Power to the Polls. Marchers gathered at the American Legion Mall and marched to the Statehouse. Some carried signs showing...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The U.S. Department of Education has approved Indiana's plan to replace No Child Left Behind. In December 2015, President Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to replace No Child. Under ESSA, the federal government gives back much of education...
(photo courtesy: WIBC file) WASHINGTON D.C. -- The United States government is closed..for now. The government shut its doors at 12:01 am after Democrats and Republicans failed to come up with a temporary spending plan that would've kept the government open. The main sticking...
(photo courtesy: RTV6) MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ind.-- A Darlington mother who police say admitted to killing her two young children so their father couldn't take them away pleaded guilty to two counts of murder at a hearing Friday in Montgomery County. The court accepted Brandi...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Valentine's Day is still weeks away, but it's never too early to start looking for a sweetheart. One place you might find him or her is at Indy Animal Care Services, where more than 140 cats and dogs are looking for someone to love. And, from now until February...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana resumes the debate over a hate-crimes law Tuesday. 22 states make hate crimes a separate offense. LaGrange Senator Susan Glick's bill wouldn't do that. But if you're found guilty of a crime, the judge could use the targeting of a victim based on sex,...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --You wouldn't be able to go to Lakeshore National Park or any other national park, and the military wouldn't get paid if the government shuts down. Two Indiana Republicans are blaming Senate Democrats for that possibility. "What they want is a solution to the...
MARION, Ind. -- No criminal charges will be filed in the case of a dog whose frozen body was found in a cage in Marion, Indiana, earlier this month after a necropsy came back inconclusive. The body of “Lady,” a 5-year-old pit bull-chow mix, was found on Jan. 3 at the bottom of a...