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(image courtesy of Facebook) A national group that promotes religious freedom is representing the man whose war memorial sculpture led to letters of protest because a Christian cross is part of it. Two secular groups, the Freedom From Religion Foundation and the Center For...
(photo courtesy RTV6) One man is dead and another injured after a shooting on the city's southwest side Wednesday morning. IMPD officers were called around 9:30 to the 3000 block of Chase Street, near Harding Street and Troy Avenue, on a report of a person shot. When they...
The federal judge who declared Indiana's gay marriage ban unconstitutional has reinstated part of a separate marriage lawsuit against the state. In an order filed on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Richard Young restored a suit from four same-sex couples who were married outside...
Michael Lewis (photo courtesy IMPD) IMPD detectives arrested a Whitestown man Wednesday morning for allegedly burglarizing the home of Indiana Pacers star Paul George. Michael Lewis, 43, faces formal charges of burglary and theft stemming from the incident on April 28 at George'...
Gov. Mike Pence (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Governor Pence plans to propose incentives for high schools to give students a head start on job skills they'll need after graduation. Pence has emphasized a return to vocational education in high school, with regional "works...
A Ball State University history professor says if Scotland secedes from Great Britain, America will definitely feel the fallout. Dr. Fred Suppe says right now, Scotland's referendum vote set for Thursday appears to be a 50-50 proposition. Suppe says Scotland was a separate,...
Sen. Dan Coats (R-Indiana) (WIBC.com file photo) Indiana Senator Dan Coats says he'll vote Thursday to give President Obama authority to arm Syrian rebels against the terrorist group ISIS. But he still has misgivings about the overall U.S, strategy. Coats says beefing up rebel...
The Indiana Farm Bureau and friends are seeking ways to help Hoosier farmers. They're looking into the best way to brand "Indiana Grown" products. Retail Agriculture Business Specialist Bob White says the Indiana Grown Commission is re-evaluating the state's current brand. He...
(image courtesy of State Farm) The State Court of Appeals upheld Indiana's largest ever defamation award, overturning a second appeal by State Farm Insurance. State Farm has already paid a judgment to roofing contractor Joseph Radcliffe. Courts had previously ruled that State...