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INDIANAPOLIS -- The most significant storm of the winter is headed our way on Friday, and there are a few elements of the storm that make it especially tricky to deal with. It's not so much the snowfall totals, or even the total ice accumulation that makes this a challenging...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The House and Senate could vote next week on giving schools extra money. Indiana's traditional public schools have 6,000 more students than expected -- the Indianapolis Public Schools alone account for a fifth of those, after more than a decade of declining...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Sam's Club is closing two stores in Central Indiana, leaving hundreds of employees out of work and thousands of club members without a place to shop. The stores at 3015 W. 86th St. and 10859 E. Washington St . will close January 26 , according to the Indiana...
ANDERSON, Ind. — An Anderson man faces charges including terroristic mischief after investigators say he threatened to shoot four police officers and blow up his apartment. According to the Anderson Herald Bulletin , officers were called to an apartment building on North Madison...
STATE HOUSE --Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana may happen this year. But, at a hearing at the State House Wednesday, some suggestions were made on how to keep young people from buying beer and liquor, whether it's on Sunday or not. Lisa Hutcheson, with the Indiana Coalition to...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Four people have died from the flu in Marion County as the season and the health department said the number of emergency visits for flu-like symptoms is the highest its been in several years. Because of the increased flu activity, the number of patients seeking...
STATEWIDE -- A state lawmaker has filed legislation in direct response to an investigation that found schools misreported how often students are bullied. Rep. Greg Porter filed a bill this week that aims to improve how schools report bullying incidents to the state. “We need to...
INDIANAPOLIS --A 33-year-old woman is wanted for questioning in a shooting that happened around 8 am near the intersection of 30th and Delaware Streets Wednesday. Police are looking for Monica Hampton along with a grey 2008 Nissan Altima. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Chief Justice Loretta Rush says Indiana's courts will fight on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. Rush said in her State of the Judiciary address legislative leaders and everyone else keep asking her what the courts can do about the opioid crisis. She says...