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Indiana's Libertarian candidate for governor Rex Bell was admitted to the hospital Wednesday evening. It is unclear why he was taken there. His campaign released the following statement on Wednesday: "Wednesday evening, Libertarian candidate for Governor Rex Bell was admitted to...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The museum will open three redesigned galleries November 12, the first step in a five-phase overhaul of the entire museum over the next three years. The new galleries focus on Indiana's early days, from the first French settlers at Vincennes through the...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Are you a minimalist? Thinking about downsizing your lifestyle?" Twenty houses by designers and builders from across the country are making their way to Indianapolis this weekend to showcase the growing-in-popularity "tiny homes," with The Tiny House...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- A day after Indianapolis-based Angie's List say they lost nearly $17 million during the third quarter this year the company says they have made some layoffs. Company spokeswoman Cheryl Reed wouldn't say specifically how many layoffs were made. "As we covered...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--You were probably encouraged to go to college while you were in high school and some people might've even said that it's the only route to a good paying job and a desirable future. There are other paths to success, though, say some people in the sheet metal...
JOHNSON COUNTY, IN -- A Bargersville homeowner is fighting to get back thousands of dollars she unknowingly paid for her neighbor’s property taxes since 2002. Cheryl Beck and her husband’s family split up their massive property before her husband passed away in 2002. "It angers...
WINCHESTER, Ind. -- A Randolph County funeral home director faces accusations he inappropriately touched a woman making arrangements for her deceased mother. Thomas A. Oswalt, who runs the Oswalt Family Funeral Home in Winchester, Indiana, was charged last month with one count...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- An armed robbery was reported Wednesday morning near the campus of Ball State University. The robbery happened in the 1100 block of Carson Street. Police say three armed men ran from the scene. One was wearing a black hoodie with a "Scream" mask. Another was...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- A Brownsburg priest says the number of people requesting exorcisms is at an all-time high. Father Vincent Lampert is an exorcist priest based out of St. Malachy Parish. He was appointed to his role by bishops of the Catholic church. "I don't have any...