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City leaders are taking a hard look at crime and youth. Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee, State Senator Jim Merritt and Department of Public Safety Director Troy Riggs say prevention and taking a holistic approach to helping youth remain among the...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Indianapolis Power and Light has broken ground on what it says will be one of the largest energy-storage facilities in the Midwest. IPL will use interconnected advanced batteries to store up to 20 megawatts of energy. Ken Zagzebski, president of IPL...
The 1st Church of Cannabis is going to court for the right to light up during worship services. The church formed in part as a test of Indiana's new religious freedom law filed suit against the city of Indianapolis and the state, asking a judge to bar law enforcement from...
Governor Pence says the state bailed early on a PR contract to rehab the state's image because it was no longer necessary. In his first public comments on last week's abrupt termination of a contract with Washington-based Porter Novelli, Pence says he supported the May hiring of...
While Indianapolis pastor Charles Harrison ponders a third-party bid for mayor, independents in other cities are already off and running. Independents have launched mayoral bids in at least 15 cities. In Tipton, Southport and Butler, independents are the only challengers to...
(image courtesy of Subway, since removed from their website) Subway and Jared are partners no more, at least for the time being, after the raid of his home by federal agents. "Subway & Jared Fogle have agreed to suspend their relationship due to the current investigation,"...
(image courtesy of Eric Cox/RTV6) The attorney for Subway spokesman Jared Fogle says he is cooperating with the investigation that led to a raid of his home in Zionsville. Fogle's house in the 4500 block of Woods Eagle Drive was raided by the FBI, the Postal Service and Indiana...
Indiana economic development officials aren't saying much about the decision to end a national public relations contract ahead of schedule. When Indiana hired Washington-based Porter Novelli to assess and repair damage from the religious-freedom debate, the five-month contract...
Indiana drivers are discovering legislators were serious about a new law ordering you not to block the left lane. State Police spokesman Todd Ringle estimates troopers have handed out more than 100 warnings in six days for staying in the left lane with other cars behind you. He...