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An Indianapolis defense attorney is questioning what he calls "a leak" against former Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle. Attorney John Tompkins says he believes the latest published reports about Jared "are part of a very embarrassing leak about his sexual preferences and activities...
Hoosier environmentalists are applauding President Obama's Clean Power Plan while opponents are calling it too expensive for too little. The plan calls for reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 32% from 2005 levels by the year 2030. That's up from the 30% cut the EPA proposed...
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is attempting another first for Indiana colleges and universities. Commissioner Teresa Lubbers is calling on colleges to take part in a new Gallup-Indiana index survey. Lubbers says the goal is to create an "Indiana Higher Education...
Governor Mike Pence is joining hundreds of bikers on the 11th Annual Ride With The Governor today. American Bikers Aimed Toward Education Executive Director Jay Jackson says the annual ride has raised about $60,000 for the Indiana National Guard Relief Fund. Jackson says the...
Gas prices are falling again in Indiana and the better news is they could sink to below $2.00 a gallon come late Fall. Gas Buddy Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says the economic slowdown in China and potential for Iran to re-enter the world economic stage due to the...
A global digital marketing company has selected Indianapolis for its North American headquarters. Austria-based Emarsys is planning to create more than 167 jobs in the city. The company will invest $3.2 million to lease, renovate and equip more than 15,000 square feet of office...
Charges have been filed against the driver of a church bus involved in a fatal crash in Hancock County. Charles Goodman, 53 of Gary, Indiana faces charges of reckless homicide and driving while suspended. Prosecutors said Goodman admitted he fell asleep behind the wheel. Goodman...
The Indiana Attorney General's office is urging Hoosiers to freeze their credit. This follows the recent data breach at Fort Wayne-based Medical Informatics Engineering and its subsidiary NoMoreClipboard in Fort Wayne. The breach may have affected 1.5 million Hoosiers and nearly...
An Indiana state lawmaker is speaking out on behalf of some troubled military veterans. State Rep. Justin Moed says Lincoln Apartments on the westside of Indianapolis has been without air conditioning for two weeks. A recent storm knocked out the central system and Moed says...