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INDOT and City of Indianapolis crews are in full swing on pothole patrol. INDOT Spokesman Nathan Riggs says the freezing and thawing cycles are creating more potholes and they're getting more reports of potholes on the interstates. Riggs says road crews are currently either...
A first piece of Governor Pence's education agenda could get a first Senate committee vote next week. Pence has proposed giving teachers a 200-dollar tax credit against whatever they spend to buy their own supplies. It's a rare point of agreement between the Republican governor...
Jordan McLinn (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Patients with rare and fatal illnesses are asking Indiana legislators to give them access to experimental drugs before they complete Food and Drug Administration approval. The House has already unanimously approved what's dubbed the "...
At least one Indiana pizza maker is pushing back against growing anti-pizza efforts in Washington. More and more nutritionists and First Lady Michelle Obama continue to target the nutritional value of school kids' lunch menus. Those menus are often dominated by burgers, fries...
A state appeals court panel upheld the convictions of former Indianapolis police officer David Bisard. The unanimous ruling from the three-judge panel from the Indiana Court of Appeals says a jury in Allen County correctly convicted Bisard of drunk driving, reckless homicide and...
A man is shot and killed as police continue to investigate a shooting in Speedway they say involves a home break-in fueled by a domestic dispute. Lt. Trent Theobald with the Speedway Police Department says a woman called 9-1-1 and told dispatchers that her ex-boyfriend had...
Legislators may make it illegal to tweet a photo of your ballot on Election Day. Avon Senator Pete Miller says a proposed ban on posting your ballot on social media is designed to protect the secret ballot. He says there's nothing wrong with announcing whom you voted for, but a...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A teenager was arrested after a large brawl at an eighth grade basketball game between two Indianapolis charter schools. The brawl involving 30 to 50 people broke out around 7:45 p.m. at the end of the eighth grade boys basketball game between the Andrew J...
(photo courtesy University of Notre Dame) Mourners gathered Tuesday night on the campus of the University of Notre Dame to remember former university president Father Theodore Hesburgh. Hesburgh died last Thursday at the age of 93. His friend Rev. Edward Malloy, President...