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An Evansville man is facing charges for allegedly driving drunk with his 13-year-old nephew in the vehicle. Just before 6 p.m., Indiana State Police spotted a speeding minivan going 74 mph on Spirit Trail just west of State Road 65. During the traffic stop, police said they...
Three weeks after the Senate fought its way to approval of fast-track trade authority, the bill is in an even tougher battle in the House. The House could vote as early as this week on the bill allowing the White House to send the Trans-Pacific Partnership to Congress for an up-...
The bird flu outbreak is driving up egg prices. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says egg prices have doubled in the last month, apparently in reaction to the flu outbreak which has killed 40-million chickens, ducks and turkeys. USDA says egg inventory is still rising...
Indiana's branding effort for homegrown foods is gearing up for a rollout next month. Products made entirely with Indiana ingredients will incorporate a "100% Indiana Grown" logo into their labels, or on separately affixed stickers. Variations on the logo will cover food made in...
(image courtesy of Google Earth) The First Church of Cannabis can exhale - it has its church building in time for its first service. On the church's Facebook page, founder Bill Levin announced the purchase of the former church building on the Eastside of Indianapolis, at 3400...
Two Indiana cities rank in Nerd Wallet's Top 10 "Best Small Cities in America." Nerd Wallet says Marion is the third best small city in the nation and Terre Haute is ranked ninth. Moorhead, Minnesota and Winona Minnesota are numbers one and two. Nerd Wallet credits Marion's art...
The Indiana Supreme Court says authorities can search the home of someone on probation or home detention whether they suspect a violation or not. But the court says a Tippecanoe County search was fatally flawed anyway. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2006 that states can make...
An Indianapolis psychologist says more parents should go through parental counseling before becoming parents. Dr. Greg Sipes is speaking out on the video that shows two women fighting in the shampoo aisle of the Walmart in Beech Grove. The video also shows a six-year-old boy...
The FCC will vote this month on a plan to provide federal subsidies for high speed internet access, and one tech educator says it's about time. The proposal from FCC chairman Tom Wheeler would expand the Lifeline program that was created under President Reagan's administration...