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Indiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers kicked off the Cash for College campaign Friday. It's the state's annual financial aid literacy effort. Lubbers kicked off the campaign with 200 students at Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School in Indianapolis. The high...
Democrats charge a bill to make it easier to replace precinct polling places with "vote centers" could hinder voter turnout. 19 counties have switched to centralized vote centers since the state began experimenting with the idea in 2007. Supporters argue it cuts costs by...
(Photo by: RTV6) Marion County Deputy Prosecutor Denise Robinson says they're still considering whether to seek a life without parole sentence for the fourth Richmond Hill suspect. 44-year-old Gary Thompson's jury trial has been set for April 6th. Thompson had an initial hearing...
Major Davis II is now in his seventh month behind bars. He's the focus of a death penalty case following the July 2014 shooting death of Indianapolis Metro police officer Perry Renn. "I pray for Officer Renn and his family in light of their loss, but I was not the one who took...
(WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) An Indianapolis medical practice on the city’s near-north side was raided by federal agents Thursday evening. Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration were at the Mapleton Medical Center near 34th and Meridian streets around 5 p.m. Several...
The biggest snowfall of the season may be coming this weekend to Indiana. Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says snow is in the forecast for Saturday night into Sunday morning. Puma says it's still too early to say, but Central Indiana might...
They heard a plea from Superintendent Glenda Ritz to keep her position as chair of the State Board of Education, but a legislative committee took the first step to remove her anyway. The House Education Committee voted 8-to-3 along political party lines in favor of a bill that...
Speaker Brian Bosma says the House will go through some "growing pains" as it gets accustomed to tougher new ethics rules. The House approved a new ethics code this week, and Bosma is authoring a bill to put tougher ethics rules into state law. But the week also saw House...
Indiana manufacturers of vaping liquid would have to list their ingredients and institute strict security measures, under a bill headed for the Senate floor. Indiana bans selling e-cigarettes to minors, but vaping is otherwise unregulated by either state or federal law. Liquor...