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Indiana isn't likely to follow the lead of four states which voted last week to raise the minimum wage. Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska and South Dakota are all Republican strongholds, but they all passed binding referenda last week to increase the minimum wage. Indiana doesn't...
Almost every time emcee Peter "Pete The Planner" Dunn announced a winner for large market radio stations at Saturday night's Spectrum Awards, that winner was 93 WIBC. WIBC took home six of the ten Spectrum Awards given in the Market 1 (Indianapolis) station category by the...
A serious cold snap is headed toward Indiana. Indiana-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Michael Ryan says much of Indiana could see temperatures range from the 30s and dropping overnight into the high teens by late next week. Ryan says mainly due to remnants of...
(Photo Courtesy: Casey Cronin) Another top Indiana Republican may be throwing his hat into the void left by Mayor Greg Ballard. Former State Senator Murray Clark says he and his wife Janet are seriously considering seeking the Republican nod. Clark cites his extensive past...
An Indianapolis nonprofit group is finishing a second year of helping veterans enter the job market. Operation: Job Ready Veterans has given 300 vets in Indy, South Bend and Evansville a crash course in how to conquer the job market. Executive director Tony Cross says the skills...
An economist from Ball State says the jobs report shows the labor market is improving slowly, but he says there is still a lot of underlying weakness. The Labor Department says the economy created 214,000 jobs in October, while the nation's unemployment rate fell to 5.8-percent...
An animal refuge in Clay County is asking hunters to donate venison to help feed the more than 200 exotic cats housed there. The Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Center Point, Indiana uses up to 4,000 pounds of meat a day to feed the cats. Most of that is beef and horse meat. The...
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) House Minority Leader Scott Pelath is shouldering the blame for the party's loss of two more House seats, but says Democrats will still make their voices heard. Pelath (D-Michigan City)...
The Indiana Supreme Court says the state's right to work law does not violate the state constitution. In a unanimous ruling, the justices reversed a ruling by a judge in Lake County last year, who said that two provisions of the 2012 law violated the Indiana Constitution by...