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INDIANAPOLIS -- There's plenty going on in Indianapolis for St. Patrick's Day, but other places in Indiana have plenty of offer in the way of green-themed festivities. Check 'em out! Click each event name for more information. Fishers: Firkin St. Patrick's Day at Four Day Ray...
A scaled-back cigarette tax hike may make it more likely you'll be paying more per pack. The Senate has taken a dim view of the House-passed proposal to raise the tax a dollar a pack. But Speaker Brian Bosma has dangled the possibility of a 60-cent increase instead, and Senate...
BLOOMINGTON--A clown held up a McDonald's in Bloomington, and it wasn't Ronald, Grimace, Birdie, Mayor McCheese, or even the Hamburglar. Robble robble. But, police say the man who confessed was actually a former employee and the people he held up were people he had worked with,...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An off-duty Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer was arrested on drunk driving charges Wednesday night. IMPD Lt. Steve King, 50, was arrested after being pulled over in his personal car. He was taken to the Marion County Jail, charged with driving while...
HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. -- About 140 people in Central Indiana will be out of a job once a distribution center in Hendricks County is shut down for good. The jobs that will be lost are at the Gordman's distribution center in Clayton, just west of Plainfield. Gordman's announced...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- City leaders in Muncie announced a new program on Wednesday to connect Muncie’s youth with jobs and mentors in the ongoing effort to help curb violence in the city. Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler invited Indianapolis’ Ten Point Coalition along with the city’s new...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--A bill that would make it easier to fire bad employees of the Veterans Administration has the support of Indiana's 3rd District Representative, Jim Banks (R). Banks talked to reporters Wednesday about the 2017 VA Accountability First Act, introduced by Rep...
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...