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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Legislators are moving quickly toward reversing a seven-year-old law that's blocking professional licenses for so-called DREAMers. New procedures at the state agency which oversees licenses for professions from pharmacists to hairdressers put licenses at risk...
INDIANAPOLIS – Bankers Life Fieldhouse will have a new name in 2019. CNO Financial Group and Pacers Sports & Entertainment have announced that once the naming rights contract expires on June 30, 2019, the venue will no longer be called Bankers Life Fieldhouse. CNO Financial...
INDIANAPOLIS – A Butler University graduate was one of the five people who died in a helicopter crash in New York City Sunday night. Daniel Thompson, 34, died in the crash in the East River Sunday. Thompson graduated from Butler in 2006 with a major in arts administration...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- A Noblesville woman says a trip to the spa with her daughters ended with a serious infection and a long stay at the hospital. Jennifer White said she got the pedicure nearly two weeks ago at “Nails and Lounge” in Noblesville. Over the next two days, White...
INDIANAPOLIS – A large fire engulfed an auto parts business on the near west side of Indianapolis Monday night. The Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) says the blaze caused an estimated $200,000 in damage to Scarborough Auto Parts. Firefighters were dispatched to 315 S. Tibbs...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man showed up at a northeast-side fire house this morning suffering from a gunshot wound. The man arrived in a car at the fire house near the intersection of 30th Street and Sherman Drive at around 4:30 a.m. He was hospitalized with significant injuries, but...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The city of Indianapolis has only approved two of the more than 400 pothole claims filed this year. City records show 471 claims have been filed so far in 2018 and 208 of those claims have already been denied. Although the city has only officially approved two...
INDIANAPOLIS--The Indianapolis City-County Council has approved $14 million in emergency money to fund the city' pothole filling blitz. Mayor Joe Hogsett asked the council for the money from the city's rainy day fund. In a statement the council said they fast tracked the request...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Most of Governor Holcomb's agenda has already passed the legislature or is about to. But legislators are still at loggerheads over one of his priorities: a law to open the door to self-driving cars on Indiana roads. Holcomb has said the state needs to get out in...