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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Leaders of three of Indy's biggest private universities say your kids still need a college education -- but they say schools need to stay current in the way they deliver it. UIndy president Robert Manuel says finding an online tutorial isn't the same as the...
SOUTHERN INDIANA -- A pair of barn owls are raising a second brood of chicks, unusually late in the nesting season according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Allisyn Gillet, a nongame bird biologist with the Indiana DNR, says the fact that the pair is raising more...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --You might already be using a small piece of artificial intelligence, like Siri or a drone. You may not be aware that even though AI technology is continuing to advance, the federal government has no policy on how it's being used or its future. Sen. Todd Young...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A Columbus woman lost thousands of dollars to a phone scammer pretending to be an agent with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The Columbus Police Department says the scammer demanded the money in iTunes gift cards and threatened to have the woman...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Federal lawmakers are introducing legislation aimed at preventing deadly underride crashes, in which a car slides underneath a large truck or semi-trailer. Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) are teaming up with...
FULTON COUNTY, Ind. -- Wind farms are still not allowed in Fulton County, for now. The county zoning board met last night to discuss a major wind farm proposal from Renewable Energy Systems (RES), which would have allowed 133 industrial turbines to be built throughout the county...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A lawsuit filed in federal court claims that Muncie Community Schools Superintendent Steve Baule created a hostile work environment and made inappropriate racial and sexual comments to those who worked for the school. Kathy Ray, the former Human Resources...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Indianapolis Colt Marshall Faulk has been suspended by NFL Network after allegations of sexual harassment and assault, ESPN reported. Faulk works as an analyst for NFL Network. He was named in a lawsuit filed Monday by a former NFL Network employee. The...
STATE WIDE- -Aren't your chickens just as good as anyone else's chickens? Maybe not, says Massachusetts. And, Indiana is suing. It actually has more to do with the way we house our chickens in the Hoosier State. If it's not to the exact requirements for housing chickens in...