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MUNCIE, Ind. -- A bill being considered by the House Ways and Means Committee offers a new solution to the problems being faced by the Muncie Community School Corporation. House Bill 1315 would turn control of the faltering school corporation over to nearby Ball State University...
INDIANAPOLIS --A woman who accidentally drove out onto a frozen pond and whose car fell through the ice, has died. Indianapolis Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Rita Reith said Carol D. Perkins, 49, of Indianapolis, died last night about 10, after spending more than two weeks in...
INDIANAPOLIS – 'American Ninja Warrior' is coming back to Indianapolis. The popular NBC show will film on Monument Circle April 29 and 30. Setup for the show will begin April 23. 'Ninja Warrior' last filmed in Indianapolis in 2016. Among the competitors were IndyCar drivers...
FISHERS, Ind. – If you vape or chew tobacco, you won’t be allowed to do it now in a park or public building in Fishers. The Fishers City Council approved an ordinance at its meeting Tuesday night that no longer allows the use of “e-cigarettes or other devices utilized for vaping...
STATEWIDE -- If you spotted a bright light streaking through the northern Indiana sky on Tuesday night, you weren't the only one. The American Meteor Society says nearly 400 people from six states and Ontario, Canada, reported seeing a meteor soar through the sky at around 8:10...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- After a video of a Noblesville high school student chanting racial slurs with a Nazi flag draped over his shoulders went viral, the student captured in that video is apologizing for his actions. Mat Blood, 17, says it started with a dare that was captured on...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Your doctor would have to check your prescription history before prescribing you opioid painkillers, under a bill awaiting a final vote in the Senate. Checking the INSPECT database for signs of possible opioid abuse is voluntary now. State health officials say...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The former director of the Indiana Department of Child Services, who wrote a scathing resignation letter to Gov. Eric Holcomb a month ago, will soon be back working for the State of Indiana. Mary Beth Bonaventura accepted a position with the Indiana attorney...
MERRILLVILLE, Ind --An Indiana police officer saved a child in his first day on the job. Around noon on Friday, Officer Richard Mayer of the Hobart Police Department and his fellow officers had just sat down to eat lunch at a Chik-fil-A in Merrillville. Melanie Hassee was also...