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Indiana spends about as much now on services for illegal immigrants as it did four years ago, according to a new analysis. Carmel Senator Mike Delph authored a bill in 2011 ordering a state analysis of school, prison, and social services costs of illegal immigrants. He's now...
Purdue's Material Science and Electrical Engineering Building (Purdue University) For the first time in more than two years, Purdue University will open up part of the campus where a student was murdered. The Journal & Courier reports that the school is renovating the...
INDIANAPOLIS - Memorial Day Weekend is upon us and it’s officially the unofficial start to summer! It also means the opening of many pools, beaches and lakes around Indiana. State health officials are urging Hoosiers to keep safety in mind while enjoying the water this year...
CARMEL - DNA testing is underway in Carmel – to determine who hasn't been picking up after their dogs. At Carmel's Bark Park, they take cleanliness seriously. So seriously, in fact, they've hired PooPrints for a forensic investigation into who's been disobeying park rules. "We...
Indianapolis Representative Christina Hale will be John Gregg's running mate. Gregg praises the two-term legislator as a hard worker who's been willing to "dig deep" on tough issues, from broadband to sexual assault, and who's demonstrated an ability to work across the aisle...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. – The local media blackout has been lifted for the 100th Running of the Indy 500. The race will now be shown live on TV Sunday, May 29. Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles and Hulman & Company CEO Mark Miles made that announcement this morning at...
ELKHART, Ind.--President Obama will return to Elkhart to revisit one of the first places he visited in Indiana as president. A news release from the White House said the president plans a visit on Wednesday, June 1, and will visit Concord High School. Obama will highlight the...
INDIANAPOLIS - Members of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are looking for three suspects after a police shooting on the city's northeast side early Wednesday morning. The incident began around 2 a.m., at a gas station on the 2500 block of Sherman Drive. The gas...
GREENWOOD - Greenwood police were searching Tuesday for a man who may have tried to abduct a 4-year-old child. A woman called police at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday reporting that had attempted to abduct her young son on the 2300 block of Harness Way. The mother said her 4-year-old ran off...