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A federal grand jury has indicted a former parks department employee in Bloomington on a charge of wire fraud. 51-year-old Judith Seigle of Gosport, Indiana is accused of stealing about $430,000 from the parks department and the Bloomington Community Parks Foundation. The...
Higher education leaders are making a plea for more state money. University leaders told Indiana lawmakers they will need a bigger funding increase from the state to help keep tuition affordable. They say the percentage of state funding for public university budgets has been...
(photo courtey RTV6) Police found a meth lab in a Walmart bathroom in Muncie and now the cleanup will have part of the store closed until the health department says it's safe. Sgt. John Bowling with Indiana State Police says a Walmart employee first noticed a backpack in the...
Typically, House Speaker Brian Bosma reviews several topics at the end of a legislative week. This week, there was only one Statehouse story on the minds of many people. Though Rep. Justin Moed is a Democrat, the Republican Speaker was the only member of the House with any...
Indiana is mourning the passing of a superstar architect. Indianapolis-born architect Michael Graves died Thursday. Graves is known for many accomplishments which include the Indy-based NCAA Hall of Fame Headquarters, Indianapolis Art Center and many other structures all over...
As the legislature debates a bill that some say could lead to discrimination by business owners, a campaign has begun for businesses who want to say they will serve anyone. Josh Driver created "Open For Service", where business owners can buy window stickers that let them...
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...