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President Obama is trying to rally support for the nuclear deal with Iran, while Republicans try to line up enough votes to kill it. In a speech Wednesday at American University, Obama declared the agreement meets the West's objectives of defusing Iran's nuclear weapons program...
A scoring glitch will push back the release of this year's ISTEP scores by a month. CTB-McGraw-Hill says students phrased correct answers to ISTEP's new open-ended questions in ways the testmaker hadn't anticipated. Graders are rescoring tests to make sure students get proper...
It's being touted as a way to tackle Indy's urban food desert. United Northeast Community Development Corporation Executive Director Amandula Anderson says they're seeking city assistance on a $8.7 million, flagship Sav A Lot Grocery store for The Meadows Community. It would be...
It will be a fight in the ring, but also against Parkinson's. A Rock Steady Boxing fundraiser ' Friday Night Fights ' will take place August 7th in Indianapolis, 6847 HIllsdale Court. The headlining fight will feature former UFC fighter Chris Lytle. Doors open at 6pm. Proceeds...
A dangerous situation with a bridge on I-65 in Tippecanoe County is affecting thousands of drivers. I-65 NB is closed until Thursday, Aug 6 between the 172 mile marker (State Road 26 exit) and the 175 mile marker (State Road 25 exit) due to a "structural bridge problem" over the...
A lawsuit against a Fort Wayne Community Schools teacher is getting national attention, and the district has come to her defense. Forest Park second grade teacher Michele Meyer is facing a lawsuit from the ACLU that she wrongfully punished a child for telling a fellow student...
Indy Democratic Mayoral Candidate Joe Hogsett unveiled part of his plan to revive depressed neighborhoods. Hogsett stood in front of a fire ravaged home on the city's westside to announce what he calls his "Inventory" and "Quality of Life Plan" Initiative. The former U.S...
Indiana is one of 15 states planning to ask the courts to block the Obama Administration's new "clean power plan" for electric utilities. The states sued once before to stop the regulation -- an appeals court ruled they had to wait till the rule was final. Attorney General Greg...
A legislative study committee may take a look at why fewer Hoosiers are becoming teachers. The Indiana Department of Education says one-thousand fewer teachers got their first licenses in 2013 compared to four years earlier, a drop of more than one-sixth. Higher Education...