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Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is calling on major phone companies to help customers block unwanted calls. Zoeller joined 44 other state attorneys general who sent joint letters to AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and CenturyLink. They say federal law does not prevent...
Indiana expects to set a jobs record in the next couple of months, but the debate is already underway about what that means. Indiana is 5,300 workers short of the record 2,612,000 private-sector jobs it had in March 2000. The state appeared to have crept within 300 jobs of the...
There is now a permanent tribute to the 53 Lake County law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. Their names are memorialized on a wall inside the new John Dillinger Museum on the ground floor of the historic Lake County Courthouse. Police officers, local officials...
IMPD assisted the FBI in serving various warrants city-wide Wednesday morning. Tim Horty, a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office, said the warrants were gang-related. He said the activity mostly took place on the east side of the city. FBI officials were seen just off...
A top Indiana banking insider says bank branches are becoming the new dinosaurs. Indiana Bankers Association President S. Joe DeHaven says brick and mortar banks are dying at a rate of about 500 a year nationwide. DeHaven says bank branches peaked at about 90,000 in 2009. He...
The time has come for the Indiana Bear to go back home to Michigan, and the Indiana DNR is pulling out all of the stops. Bud Veverka with the Indiana DNR says that's because the Bear has become increasingly more comfortable around people's homes and is threatening to become a...
The Marion County Health Department has confirmed the season's first case of mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus. The mosquitoes testing positive were taken from a trap in Washington Township. No human cases have been reported in the county this year. West Nile usually produces...
Indianapolis Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says he's leaving office with homicides and shootings down this year. He says homicides are down 20% so far this year. However, he says crime will rise again if the city doesn't continue to deal "with the systemic issues" that lead...
School choice advocates are turning their attention from state legislatures to Congress. More than 100 parents and students rallied on Capitol Hill under the banner of PublicSchoolChoice.org. The group is pushing for a wider range of public school options, especially charter and...