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Sio Moore (RTV6 photo) Driving 100 miles an hour and weaving in traffic. That will likely cost Colts linebacker Sio Moore. Moore was arrested on Indy's north side Thursday night, as IMPD says he was driving recklessly on I-65 northbound. Cops pulled him over near Lafayette Road...
Two-million Hoosiers would pay less at the license branch under a bill unanimously approved by the House. The 431-page bill is the result of a two-year review begun after a class-action suit pulled back the curtain on millions of dollars in overcharges and undercharges. The bill...
Governor Pence has signed bills shielding teacher pay and school accountability grades from last year's drop in ISTEP scores. ISTEP scores dropped 20% in 2015, but a change in state standards meant the exam wasn't testing the same things as the year before. At Pence's request,...
Indiana hunting preserves would face minimum size requirements under a bill passed by the state Senate. The Senate deadlocked last year on regulating fenced hunting preserves. Now that the Indiana Supreme Court has ended a challenge to the preserves' legality, LaPorte Democrat...
Groups which often disagree on education are uniting behind a proposed scholarship to coax more top students into teaching careers. House Republicans have made the scholarship bill a priority this session. It would offer students in the top 20% of their high school class $30,000...
Members of the Teamsters Local 135 will be making a special delivery to help Indiana's neighbors to the north. Thursday morning, they are delivering more than 1,000 cases of bottled water to Flint, Mich. The city is dealing with a tainted water problem. Flint's tap water became...
Bob Leonard (RTV6 photo) Opening statements begin Thursday morning in the trial of accused Richmond Hill Explosion conspirator Bob Leonard. The jury in Fort Wayne will begin to see the enormity of the case on day one as prosecutors show them the aftermath of the fatal explosion...
Restaurant and retail workers would have to get their work schedules at least two weeks in advance under a bill proposed in the state Senate. Portage Democrat Karen Tallian says it's increasingly common for stores and restaurants to wait till the last minute to tell employees...
John M. Dickerson (WIBC,com photo) One of the five candidates for Indiana's open U.S. Senate seat has quit the race. Former Arc of Indiana director John M. Dickerson reported just $34,000 in fundraising in his last finance report in October, putting him at a 12-to-1 disadvantage...