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Citizens Energy says Hoosiers could have lower gas bills by doing one simple thing this winter. Citizens Spokesperson Sarah Holsapple says for cost savings, they suggest people keep their thermostats between 65 to 70 degrees while at home and when away from home, dial it back to...
Less than a year after enacting a new concussion protocol for Indiana high school sports, legislators may extend those rules down to fifth grade. A law which took effect in July requires high school coaches and assistant coaches to undergo concussion training. And if an athlete...
More Indiana college students are completing the minimum number of courses needed per semester to graduate on time. That's according to a new Indiana Commission for Higher Education report. Commissioner Teresa Lubbers says that's due to recent state financial aid reform. In the...
Beer wholesalers are trying to slow down a legislative push to give Indiana craft breweries more room to grow. Indy's Sun King and Munster's 3 Floyds are approaching the annual craft-beer limit of 30-thousand barrels. A craft beer designation allows brewers to do their own...
Governor Pence says the JustIN state news website that caused controversy this week will not go live if it does not serve as "a convenience for the press and the public." Scroll down for Greg Garrison's entire interview with Governor Pence on JustIN Appearing on the Garrison...
At least one person was killed in a four-vehicle crash in Hancock County on Tuesday evening. The accident was reported near East 96th Street and Olio Road around 9 p.m. Officials said one person was killed and another person was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital in critical...
Denis Roy (photo courtesy Bloomington Police Department) A Brownsburg Police Department chaplain was arrested Monday on a charge of theft. Police say the investigation began in December 2014 when representatives from a Goodwill store in Brownsburg came to police alleging that 45...
A bill to extend the statute of limitations in some rape cases is on its way to the House. The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill allowing prosecutors to restart the clock for filing charges if a D-N-A match is made or the attacker confesses, even if the five-year statute of...
Indiana cities and towns which operate their own electric utility are trying to kill a bill which would limit their ability to expand service. Greenfield Senator Michael Crider's (R) bill would end the practice of automatically extending municipal power territories when the city...