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(photo courtesy South Shore CVA) After a two-year hiatus, the Gary Air Show will return to Marquette Park July 10 and 11, 2015 sponsored by city government itself. Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson made the announcement on Tuesday. She called the show "an event that all of Northwest...
An Indianapolis immigration attorney is speaking out on what many believe President Obama will announce to the nation on immigration Thursday night. Angela Adams is Indiana chapter chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. It's believed the President will announce...
(wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) Some IUPUI students braved the cold in an effort to spread some positivity. The "Positive Blitz" was an idea given to the Indianapolis campus by Indiana University's communications office, who saw it on social media. Some students and staffers left...
A daylong business conference in Fishers is celebrating failure. The first-ever Fail Fest gathered about 200 entrepreneurs and business leaders to urge them to forget Apollo 13: failure is an option. Better Retail LLC CEO Gerry Hays says what's not an option is to treat it as a...
(Photo: Transplant recipient Julia Reger) Indiana University Health and the Indiana Organ Procurement Organization are honoring Hoosier organ donors. Today marked IU Health's Roses of Hope Celebration. The latest figures show more than 120,000 people on waiting lists for...
Election boards can no longer bar candidates from linking themselves with other candidates in campaign literature. U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled that the Marion County Election Board could no longer enforce Indiana's anti-slating law as it attempted to do in 2012...
A suspected robber is dead after being shot trying to break into a home. At approximately 12:30 A.M., officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were dispatched to the 7500 block of East 35th Street on a report of a person shot. Police arrived to find that the...
Eight Indiana school superintendents are meeting with President Obama to spotlight the ways they've incorporated technology into the classroom. The superintendents are among 117 nationwide invited to a White House summit to compare notes on how they've used computers and other...
Richard Roe (photo courtesy Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police arrested a man Tuesday for allegedly assaulting an Indiana Department of Transportation worker earlier this month. Police say Richard Roe, 56, of Rochester allegedly assaulted the INDOT worker in a...