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Gary Keith Pierce II (photo courtesy Noblesville Police Department) Noblesville Police arrested a suspect in the robbery of a Speedway gas station early Monday morning. The robbery occurred shortly after midnight at the gas station in the 3100 block of Conner Street in...
Indiana is below average for the well-being of girls according to a new report from the Girl Scouts. The annual study conducted by the Girl Scout Research Institute looks at several categories and ranks states on how well it believes girls are faring. "Out of the 50 states, we...
Police used tear-gas to end a two-hour standoff at a hotel in downtown Warsaw. It all started when police investigated a stolen moped and uncovered a working meth lab inside. They later found a wanted felon holed up in another room with a gun. Charles Dove, 31, was taken into...
A legislative study finds Indiana's property-tax circuit breakers are saving taxpayers $600 million this year -- and costing government that much. The six-year-old tax caps limit your tax bill to 1% of a home's value, 2% for farmland or 3% for business. Bill Sheldrake with...
Ivy Tech has received a federal grant to help its new school of computing get off the ground. Ivy Tech opened its school of computing and informatics this fall, offering eight new degree programs to students at its campuses across the state. The $2.5 million grant is part of $...
A new report out says banking fees are skyrocketing. Bankrate.com says the average fee for using an out of network, ATM rose five percent this year and is up 23% percent over the past five years, now settling at $4.35 per transaction. That's a new high for the eighth straight...
Tony Stewart (wibc.com file photo) While NASCAR driver Tony Stewart says he deals every day with the death of sprint car driver Kevin Ward, Jr., he says he has no doubt that it was caused by a tragic accident. The Columbus, Indiana native spoke to reporters on Monday from his...
Indiana native and renown journalist Jane Pauley came home to Indiana for a special cause Monday. Pauley and officials from Community Health Network cut the ribbon on the newest Jane Pauley Community Health Center on 16th street on the city's far eastside. Pauley says it's the...
Indiana hospitals say they're making headway in a two-decade campaign to reduce the number of medical errors, despite a state report showing an uptick. Last week's annual state summary of medical mistakes counted 111 incidents last year, from bed sores to surgery on the wrong...