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Southern and Southwest Indiana could see significant flooding through next week. National Weather Service Hydrologist Al Shipe says the area could see upwards of three inches of rain through Saturday. Shipe says previous rain and melting snow have already resulted in flooding in...
A portion of a 2011 Indiana state law that would allow tenured teachers to be fired before non-tenured teachers in the case of a reduction in force is unconstitutional, according to a federal judge. U.S. District Judge William T. Lawrence ruled Thursday that a tenured Madison...
Tim Berry (file photo) The leader of Indiana's Republican Party is stepping down. Tim Berry announced Thursday he was leaving the post. He took the leadership of the party in July of 2013, after serving two terms as state treasurer and state auditor. "Serving as chairman and...
The leader of House Democrats says Representative Justin Moed's future after his sexting escapade is up to him and, perhaps more so, up to his constituents. "People can wage their own personal battles and continue to serve effectively, and sometimes they can't," said Rep. Scott...
(photo courtesy Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police arrested three people Thursday after a chase which ended in Johnson County. Shortly before 5:30 a.m., a State Trooper noticed a suspicious vehicle parked behind Emerson Commons in the 6800 block of South Emerson Avenue...
(Photo: WJZ) An Indy based drug counselor says there are still plenty of questions about powdered alcohol. This after the Federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved the substance also called, "Palcohol." Scott Watson of Heartland Intervention says pending...
Colon cancer remains the number two cause of cancer deaths in both American men and women. Yet doctors say it also remains one of the most preventable and treatable cancers. St. Vincent Hospital Gastroenterologist Dr. Mazen Alsatie says one of every 20 people can eventually get...
(photo courtesy Paul Miles/WHAS) Both lanes of southbound I-65 in Clark County have been re-opened following a bus crash Thursday morning. 21 people were on board, including the Indiana Tech men's and women's bowling teams. They were on their way from Ft. Wayne to Smyrna,...
It will be at least another month, and perhaps longer, before contracts to cover standardized testing for Indiana students will become final. Many members of the State Board of Education were not happy with the figure of almost $134 million placed on the next two years of exams...