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A coalition of religious and racial minority organizations is trying to revive a hate-crimes bill at the statehouse. In the last few weeks, somebody took a potshot at an Evansville synagogue, while the Jewish Community Center in Indianapolis has twice been the subject of threats...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Former Sen. Dan Coats has been confirmed as the Director of National Intelligence. The Senate vote was 85 to 12, reports "The Hill". Coats' nomination had bipartisan support, with Democrat Joe Donnelly, Coats' former Senate colleague giving him support and his...
Indiana retailers say a "buy American" tax Congress is considering would cost you money and put stores out of business. House Republicans' tax reform blueprint includes a 20-percent tax on imports coming into the U-S while giving tax breaks to exports. Indiana Retail Council...
INDIANAPOLIS -- St. Patrick's Day has arrived, and that means police throughout Indiana will be out patrolling the roads to make sure you're staying safe and making wise decisions. So, if you plan on drinking, don't plan on driving. Capt. Dave Bursten, Public Information Officer...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The three Indiana congressmen who have already voted for the Republican health care bill are doubling down on their support, after a nonpartisan analysis finds it'll insure millions fewer people. Republicans Jackie Walorski, Susan Brooks and Larry Bucshon all...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A proposed 9,000-foot flood wall in the town of Rocky Ripple is one step closer to fruition. The Rocky Ripple Town Council and representatives from Butler University and the City of Indianapolis signed a memorandum of understanding Tuesday night. The trio will...
DELPHI, Ind. -- Changes are in the works for the Delphi trail system where two young girls were killed while hiking last month. The “Trail Safety Task Force” met for the first time on Monday to discuss plans to improve safety along the Delphi Historic Trail’s 10 mile path. The...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- More money is needed to keep the schools in Muncie running. That's why they’re turning to taxpayer dollars to help them out. Muncie Community Schools is planning on asking the State for a multi-million dollar loan that would help cover school costs, including...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two 13-year-old boys are accused of sexual misconduct involving a 13-year-old girl at an Indianapolis school. The incident happened on February 16 at around 10 a.m. at Arlington Community High School on North Arlington Avenue. According to the police report, the...