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Indiana is suing two online retailers to force them to collect Indiana sales tax. Trade associations for online and mail-order sellers actually sued Indiana first, arguing Indiana's new Internet sales tax law goes against a 25-year-old Supreme Court ruling. Now the state is...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The man accused of making multiple cyber threats toward Plainfield schools, police and residents is now in Indiana and will make his first court appearance in the state on Wednesday. Buster Hernandez, aka "Brian Kil," is charged with threats to use an explosive...
INDIANAPOLIS --Child pornography and the exploitation of children has been a growing problem for a long time. You may have heard news stories about people in your town or your neighborhood being arrested for their online activities. In Indiana, a specialized unit made up of...
INDIANAPOLIS --An area that you might think of as very urban actually has a natural resource that will soon be a lot more useable-the White River. The Oliver's Woods and White Owl areas, along with the White River Bluffs, are getting money so that you can launch a canoe or a...
FORT WAYNE, IN -- The Fort Wayne City Council will address a growing problem Tuesday night: opioids. The Council will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. at Citizens Square in downtown Fort Wayne. Allen County Health Commissioner Dr. Deborah McMahan says it's a drug problem that...
SHERIDAN, IN -- College-bound seniors at Sheridan High School had their Social Security numbers posted online last week. According to Sheridan Superintendent Doug Miller, the students were asked to complete a survey through Google Docs. The numbers could then be accessed by any...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man accused brutally beating his girlfriend is pleading guilty. 26-year-old Ryan Cameron was accused of attacking his girlfriend, Carleigh Hager, after an argument at a wedding. He's pleading guilty to one count of aggravated battery in exchange for having a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Harvey has already caused devastating flooding in parts of Texas and Hoosiers who are looking for a way to help have several options. Duchess Adjei, Regional Communication Director for the American Red Cross says the Indiana region of the American Red Cross has...
INDIANAPOLIS – In northern Indiana manufacturing hubs like Elkhart County, jobs are easy to find. It’s the drug-free employees that are more difficult to locate. According to Gerry Dick with Inside Indiana Business, some RV-makers are relaxing their drug testing requirements—or...