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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The first month of Sunday alcohol sales has come and gone, but liquor store owners say it'll take a few more months to judge how it's affected business. Crown Liquors co-owner Jon Sinder says the first four weeks went better than expected, but he points out that...
STATE WIDE --Even though flu season peaked in early February, and the number of people with the flu is falling, the season is not over. Indiana is still in the "widespread" category, said the Indiana State Dept. of Health. The department's latest report said 289 people have died...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's drug czar expects a half-dozen new laws targeting opioids will have a real impact on the drug epidemic. Jim McClelland says making sure people have access to treatment is one of the most important things the state can do to reduce addiction...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Even though unemployment in Indiana is at its lowest rate in nearly 20 years, there are still people out there who can’t find a job. The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.2 percent in February, down from 3.3 percent the previous month says the Indiana...
INDIANAPOLIS -- While Indianapolis Public Schools is on its spring break, the school system is looking for ways to put the breaks on its future spending. The district recently delayed the referendum, which means the district must make tough budget choices before classes start in...
CORYDON, Ind. -- An elementary school teacher in southern Indiana has been charged with 36 counts of child molesting. Prosecutors say Corey Faith, 40, admitted to molesting a 12-year-old child starting in 2005 through 2007. Investigators say the molesting happened in his...
INDIANAPOLIS --Indiana now has a stroke ambulance. It's operated by IU Health in the capital city, but if the program is successful, and it's proven that an ambulance that can take care of stroke patients and effectively begin treatment before they get to the hospital, there may...
CARMEL, Ind. -- Carmel Clay Schools is cracking down on workplace romances. The School Board on Monday approved a "No Fraternization" bill that would prohibit bosses from dating their employees and forbid other kinds of personal relationships that could "create a possible...
AVON, Ind. — A man is dead and a woman is in critical condition because of a double shooting in Avon Monday. Avon Police Department officers were called to the home in the 2700 block of Bluewood Way around 2:45 p.m. for a report of two people who had been shot. Police said the...