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Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland apologized for what he called a "bad choice" that led to him being stabbed in New York. Copeland remains in intensive care at Bellevue Hospital in New York after surgery. He issued a statement through the Pacers containing the brief apology...
House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) It's the Senate's turn next week to take up an ethics reform bill. Senate leaders tweaked some wording in the ethics bill before sending it to the floor. House Speaker Brian Bosma, who authored the...
Governor Pence at the NRA's Leadership Forum in 2014 (image courtesy of YouTube) Governor Pence has canceled a planned appearance at the National Rifle Association's convention. Pence was among the Republican presidential candidates or prospective candidates who were scheduled...
The Transportation Security Administration continues to warn passengers against packing heat in their carry-on baggage. Yet they say some folks still aren't getting the message. TSA Spokesman Mark Howell says they found a loaded Smith and Wesson 9 mm handgun in a passenger's...
Cummins officially broke ground on its new $30 million Indianapolis distribution Headquarters Thursday. Cummins Chief Administrative Officer Marya Rose says the old Market Square Arena site in downtown Indianapolis is the perfect location for the new facility. The ten-story...
The legislature is a step closer to effectively removing the State Superintendent as chair of the State Board of Education, though a key change was made to the bill. The House Education Committee approved the bill (SB 1) designed to eliminate what has been described as they...
Senate Republicans have unveiled their version of a new state budget, pumping more money into university funding. The Senate budget matches the House version almost exactly on school funding, giving schools nearly a 5% increase over two years. But Appropriations Chairman Luke...
They may be small, but their impact is huge. April is Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month and the U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 18 Hungry Pests, that feed on agricultural crops, trees and other plants--costing the U.S. billions of dollars. In Indiana...
Indianapolis police found the car, but they are looking for the guy who stole it, right out of the dealership showroom. It wasn't just any car either, it was an Indy 500 Pace Car, one of only 100, and according to Bill Estes, the owner of the dealership says it was in bad shape...