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(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Construction is almost complete on the finish line for Indiana's Bicentennial torch relay. Bicentennial Plaza on the west side of the statehouse has been more than 100 years in the making. It was originally proposed in 1913 as Centennial Plaza for...
Photo: Electrexbell.com INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Libertarians believes in NAP, the non-aggression principle, said Rex Bell, the Libertarian candidate for governor. In an interview Wednesday he said that the party, which has Gary Johnson as its presidential nominee, believes in fewer...
CHICAGO, IL. — A federal Appeals Court will hear why Gov. Mike Pence says Indiana's state agencies should not provide help to Syrian refugees Thursday in Chicago. Pence said when he issued the ban the federal government was not doing an efficient job of screening the people who...
INDIANAPOLIS - A woman was found shot dead in a vehicle Wednesday morning on Indianapolis' east side. Police say she was found near the intersection of Montery Road and Delmont Drive. The call went out to police about 8:15 a.m. Police haven't given any other information about...
HANCOCK COUNTY - A East Hancock School bus driver is facing charges after he was accused of shoving a special needs student out of the bus. According to police, the driver, Harold Eugene Cass, 74, was driving a district school bus on August 10. Cass was dropping off the young...
SPENCER - Prosecutors will ask for life without parole on five new counts filed Monday against the man accused of abducting, molesting and killing an Owen County Kyle Parker was charged in March with taking 1-year-old Shaylyn Ammerman from her crib while she slept, sexually...
Indiana's Supreme Court will settle a legal battle between Notre Dame and ESPN over whether university police reports are public records. ESPN sought the records for an "Outside the Lines" investigative report which aired last year on whether athletes get preferential treatment...
Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers (front) with WGU-Indiana Chancellor Allison Barber (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Three Indiana colleges say they'll honor credits from now-closed ITT Tech. Indiana Wesleyan and Oakland City Universities will accept credits from ITT,...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that there are more than one million cases of sepsis each year, and about half of the people who get sepsis will die from it. Nearly 3,500 Hoosiers are among those lives lost each year, and this month...