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Police say that a missing Anderson woman, found murdered in Gary, was lured away from her home by a woman pretending to be a DCS worker. 23 year old Samantha Fleming and her newborn baby went missing on April 6th when police say neighbors saw her leave with a woman and never...
The City of Indianapolis is pushing ahead with plans for urban farming. The Department of Metropolitan Development is getting $1 million in grant funding for 2015 and 2016 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Senior Project Manager John Hunsberger says the...
One of Governor Pence's key economic development proposals is one of the major areas of disagreement as legislators begin final negotiations on a new budget. Pence wants $84 million over two years for the Regional Cities Initiative, a program to help regions of the state reach...
Special honors for two Indianapolis heroes today. IU Health honored 60-year-old Russell Hill and IMPD Officer Michael Darst. Last November, Darst saved Hill who was being attacked by two pit bulls. Darst shot the dogs who he says were viciously attacking Hill who himself had...
More cases of HIV are being reported in Southern Indiana. State health officials say the number of cases has now reached 130, up 24 confirmed cases from last week. We have seen a significant increase in the number of HIV cases reported this week, but we believe that is because...
Federal Marshals arrested 7,100 fugitives following a six-week long effort to apprehend fugitives nationwide. The focus of Operation Violence Reduction was to support local law enforcement agencies that may not have additional manpower in areas surrounding larger cities, but are...
Indiana will become the ninth state to repeal its common construction wage law. The 54-40 vote was nearly identical to the tally when the House first took up the wage-setting law in February. Governor Pence has campaigned for the repeal and plans to sign it. Opponents predict a...
A new poll suggests Governor Pence's reputation took a hit from the recent fight over the religious freedom law. The poll from Bellwether Research conducted for Howey Politics Indiana shows only 35-percent of those surveyed have a favorable opinion of the governor, while only 45...
A new report suggests Indiana's school voucher program is not helping students academically. The study was conducted by the bipartisan Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, which is based in Chicago. It looked at voucher programs in Indiana and other states in an effort to...