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A Metro Police officer charged with driving while intoxicated is being held in the Hamilton County Jail. Hamilton County Sheriff's Department Spokesman Bryant Orem says 32-year-old Christopher White of Noblesville was spotted weaving across the roadway in the 12800 block of...
Indianapolis grew in 2014 according to the Census Bureau, but the city lost ground in the country's overall population rankings. Estimates from the Census Bureau show that Indy gained 5,479 residents last year, giving the capital city an overall population of 858,325. "Indy's...
The poultry association is extremely concerned about a lethal avian flu virus that has spread through 15 states, including Indiana. A backyard flock in Whitley County has tested positive, resulting in the killing of nearly 100 birds. Pat Wakenell is an associate professor of...
The Indy Chamber is laying out some top priorities for whoever becomes the next mayor of Indianapolis. Indy Chamber CEO and President Michael Huber cites numerous issues that include: continued economic advancement and luring and keeping top talent, mass transit, early childhood...
With Coyotes sightings increasing around both rural and urban areas of Indiana the hunting and nuisance killing of the animals are becoming more common. The question is what is the difference between hunting a coyote for sport and taking care of one for nuisance purposes?...
Joe Hogsett is pledging to serve a maximum of two terms if elected mayor of Indianapolis. Indianapolis mayors were limited to two terms until 1983, when legislators repealed the law for then-Mayor Bill Hudnut, who went on to serve four. Hudnut's three successors have observed...
A Hoosier legal scholar says some of the world's biggest banks will easily survive the $5.8 billion in fines and guilty pleas linked to a federal currently-rigging probe. This after Citicorp, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland all agreed to plead guilty to...
(image courtesy of IU) Purdue may not be the only college in the state with a freeze on tuition anymore. IU President Michael McRobbie has asked the school's Board of Trustees to not raise tuition for in-state residents attending the Bloomington campus for the next two years. He...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and Community Health Network leaders welcomed a new project to the city's eastside. They cut the ribbon on the $2.1 million Emerson Avenue project. It runs from 16th to 21st Streets and among other things, includes upgraded signals, improved...