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A group of Hoosiers says Central Time is the best option for all of Indiana. The Indiana Central Time Coalition says much of Indiana is in the wrong time zone. Indiana State Rep. Jeff Thompson (R-Hendricks Co.) is calling for a legislative summer study committee to weigh the...
The accident involving a jet in New York and widespread winter weather in several areas have caused flight cancellations and delays in Indianapolis. More than 20 flights scheduled to arrive at Indianapolis International were canceled, with a few dozen others delayed. Most of the...
An Indiana economist predicts the nation's unemployment rate will fall slightly. The jobless report for February is due out tomorrow (Friday). Ball State University economist Dr. Mike Hicks says he expects the unemployment rate will dip maybe one-tenth of a percent from the...
A new survey out ranks four Indiana colleges in the top 60 when it comes to return on investment. Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Wabash College, the University of Notre Dame and Purdue University all make the top 100 of more than 1200 colleges ranked by Payscale.com. The...
Indianapolis police say a man is dead after being hit early Thursday morning by a pickup truck. Officers were dispatched to the intersection of South Kitley Avenue and Brookville Road on the report of a pedestrian struck. According to witness statements, the pedestrian was...
One person was shot in the parking lot of a west side Walmart Wednesdy night. IMPD says officers received a call of shots fired in the parking lot in the 5900 block of Westbury North Drive, near West 10th Street and I-465, around 7:30. A few minutes later, officers were called...
An Indiana University student was arrested this week on charges of dealing drugs out of his fraternity house. RTV6 reports 20-year-old Andrew Thrall is accused of ordering several shipments of Xanax from a Canadian pharmacy online, having them shipped to his girlfriend's...
Bob Leonard (file photo courtesy IMPD) Another one of the Richmond Hill explosion suspects is set for trial. Bob Leonard had a hearing in Fort Wayne today. The judge scheduled his jury trial to begin there on January 19, 2016. It's believed it could take about six weeks. A pre-...
A proposal to bring regulatory standards to the manufacture of e-cigarettes could go to Governor Pence as early as next week. The Senate has already approved its own bill to require e-cigarette makers to list ingredients, maintain clean conditions, use child-proof cartridges,...