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Jake Miller (left) and Craig Bowen after they married June 25, 2014 (wibc.com file photo) The Supreme Court's ruling legalizing same-sex marriage came almost exactly one year after it became legal in Indiana. Thursday was actually the one-year anniversary of when same-sex...
Local amateur radio operators will join with their counterparts from around the world this weekend. (July 27-28) "Field Day" is held each year to test the ability to set up emergency communications. Ham radio operators will be honing their skills in fields, forests, parks,...
An off-duty Indianapolis Police officer was involved in a fatal motorcycle crash overnnight. At approximately 2:30 a.m., Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers were dispatched to the intersection of S. West Street and W. Washington Street on the report of a...
AAA Hoosier Motor Club says this July 4th holiday weekend will be the most-traveled ever for Hoosiers. More than one-million Indiana residents are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home during the holiday period. Last year, about 993,000 traveled during the holiday...
A new urban park is coming to Indianapolis. City and civic leaders today announced that Lilly Endowment has awarded the Indianapolis-Marion County Building Authority a $5 million matching grant. The city will come up with at least another $5 million to transform the Washington...
On the heels of a report seeking to quantify Indiana's progress, the Indiana Chamber is pausing to consider the unmeasurable. The Indiana Chamber is touring the state to detail last week's "report card" on 59 measurements of Indiana's progress, from reading scores to obesity...
Today marks the 20th annual National HIV Testing Day. The Indiana State Department of Health says given the latest statistics, it remains crucial that Hoosiers get tested for HIV. One is six people are infected with HIV and don't know it. Doctors say that greatly increases the...
The health insurance market in Indiana will remain unchanged thanks to the Supreme Court's ruling upholding federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. The 6-to-3 ruling in the King v. Burwell case leaves in place the federal subsidies provided to taxpayers who buy health...
Mitch Daniels testifies at a Congressional hearing in March (wibc.com file photo) Purdue president Mitch Daniels will make what he calls a "rare" step back into his last job today. The former governor is in Washington and is among those scheduled to testify before a U.S. Senate...