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Marion County Deputy Prosecutor Denise Robinson says no plea deal has been or will be in the works for Richmond Hill suspect Mark Leonard. This comes after Leonard's attorneys referenced plea talks during Leonard's pre-trial hearing in South Bend Wednesday. However, Robinson...
Eric Holcomb (image courtesy of YouTube) We will likely have a candidate for Dan Coats's U.S. Senate seat just two days after Coats announced he would not run for office again. Republican Eric Holcomb has scheduled an event for noon on Thursday where he is expected to become the...
An Indianapolis City County Councilman is questioning the timing of a federal class action lawsuit against Angie's List. Councilman Zach Adamson says he wonders whether the suit is part of an effort by Angie's List competitors "to drown out successful negotiations between the...
As May 5th primary day looms in Indiana, Former Indiana Congressman Lee Hamilton says low voter turnout and lack of community involvement are threatening American democracy. Hamilton says apathy across the nation has also given rise to political extremism. Hamilton spoke out in...
Monica Kelsey (left) with Sen. Jim Merritt (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Indiana fire stations and hospitals may implement drop boxes for abandoned newborns. A law passed in 2000 established hospitals and fire stations as "safe havens" where mothers could leave...
Some Indiana state lawmakers are eyeing a coveted U.S. Senate seat. Fresh on the heels of his announcement that he's not seeking re-election next year, several Indiana lawmakers say they might be interested in running for the seat of U.S. Republican Senator Dan Coats. Democratic...
There's no need to panic just yet, but the April 15 tax deadline is approaching. The Indiana Department of Revenue says many taxpayers who owe wait until the tax filing deadline. But, for 1-point-9 million Hoosiers--the tax check is already in hand or spent by now. Over 80...
GenCon drew 56,000 to Indy last year (wibc.com file photo) As Governor Pence prepares to sign a "religious freedom" bill into law, the leader of one of the largest annual events in the state suggests it might drive them away. The owner and CEO of GenCon sent a letter to the...
Indiana is on the brink of enacting a new energy efficiency plan to replace one repealed last year. The House has approved a bill requiring electric companies to submit plans every three years for how they'll encourage more efficient energy consumption. Utilities and Energy...