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A SWAT team was called to a home on the city's near-north side Thursday after a man was said to be locked inside the home in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend. Indianapolis Metro Police SWAT officers blocked off the 2200 block of North Capital Street after receiving a 911...
The price of bourbon and other hard liquor could go down sharply under a bill introduced by an Indiana congressman. Distilled spirits are subject to a $13.50 a gallon tax. Ninth District Republican Todd Young says his district is home to several small distillers, and says they'...
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) (WIBC.com file photo) Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly says the Senate can't afford to miss a Sunday deadline to reauthorize government surveillance programs. Donnelly and Florida's Bill Nelson were the only Democrats to support a two-month extension...
The Indiana Toll Road has officially changed hands. IFM Investors announced on Wednesday that the plan to purchase ITR Concessions Company, LLC is complete. ITR operates the Toll Road and had applied for bankruptcy in September. IFM says they will make about $260 million in...
Indiana continues to produce entrepreneurs. The U.S. Small Business Administration says entrepreneurial ranks climb each year in the Hoosier State. Indiana has more than 493,000 small businesses and ranks 21st in the nation for entrepreneurs. USSBA Indiana District Director...
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Indiana is partnering with schools across the state to keep kids safe. Project Safe Childhood is targeting cyber-security and kids. Assistant U.S. Attorney Tiffany McCormick says they're traveling district-wide to give...
With eight appointments by Governor Pence, the overhaul of the State Board of Education is complete. The appointments by Pence followed earlier appointments by the leaders of the state House and Senate and came about through a new law that revamped the State Board. “Today marks...
Indiana is just shy of the peak employment of March 2000. That's when the Bureau of Labor Statistics says the Hoosier State had 2,612,600 private sector jobs. Indiana Department of Workforce Development Spokesman Joe Frank says the state is now only 7,800 jobs short of that...
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) (WIBC.com file photo) A bill to expand mental health care for reservists and National Guard members has cleared a first hurdle in the Senate, but Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly says he's working to refine it further. The Armed Services Committee sent...