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So far, New Castle school officials are not talking about letters sent from students with similar criticisms of Governor Pence and similar defenses of state Superintendent Glenda Ritz. Click to read the letters from students of Mary Jane Dye in New Castle to the State Board of...
Indianapolis continues to be an economic engine for the entire state. That's according to Downtown Indy's latest Project List for Downtown released Wednesday. The list cites 58 projected developments worth more that $1.36 billion. They're due for completion by 2017. The city has...
Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Senate President Pro Tem David Long says the Senate's version of the budget will follow the House's lead in steering more money to schools. House Republicans' budget gives schools a $469...
State health officials say there a quickly spreading outbreak of HIV in southeastern Indiana. There have been 26 confirmed and four preliminary HIV positive cases since mid-December. The large majority of cases are linked through injection drug abuse of the opioid painkiller...
(file photo) The City-County Council's Rules and Public Policy Committee unanimously approved Tuesday the creation of a new Marion County Justice Complex Board. The proposal to create the board came before the committee because Indiana statue requires an administrative board to...
The families of two Indiana teenagers seriously hurt in a July 2013 parasailing accident in Florida have reached a settlement. Alexis Fairchild of Huntington and Sidney Good of Roanoke suffered severe head and spinal injuries when the line that connected them to the boat broke...
A revised casino bill comes up for a final vote in the House on Wednesday, amid warnings the proposal could face trouble if it reaches Governor Pence. Pence has said he opposes an expansion of gambling, but hasn't made clear publicly which proposals cross that line. But House...
Sen. Jean Leising (R, Oldenburg) (image courtesy of Indiana Senate Republicans) Yet again, the state Senate wants to require students to learn cursive writing. Yet again, it will probably be killed by the state House. The Senate voted 39-to-11 to pass the bill, which has become...
(photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD detectives are asking for the public's help in locating a robbery suspect. The suspect entered the CVS Pharmacy in the 3400 block of West 16th Street around 10:45 a.m. Monday and handed a note to an employee at the pharmacy counter. The note reportedly...