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(image courtesy of PeteRose.com) Were women told to stay away from a school fundraising event involving baseball's all-time hit king? A new lawsuit says they were. The ACLU of Indiana is representing two women who are suing the Lawrenceburg School district in federal court over...
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is expanding its online footprint. The museum has launched its new online collection of more than 33,000 images of items from the museum's permanent collection. IMA Director and CEO Dr. Charles Venable says most museums only display about ten...
The Indianapolis Fire Department says their "Smoke Detector Blitz" appears to be paying off. Indianapolis Fire Chief Ernest Malone says they've distributed and installed some 1600 smoke detectors across the county. Chief Malone says they're especially targeting the six focus...
Indy Eleven president Peter Wilt (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) A Senate committee has unanimously recommended remodeling IUPUI's Carroll Stadium, instead of building a brand new soccer stadium for the Indy Eleven. Tax and Fiscal Policy Chairman Brandt Hershman (R-Buck Creek)...
Indiana will have a coveted open U.S. Senate seat in 2016. Republican Senator Dan Coats says he has decided not to run for re-election, telling our Abdul Hakim-Shabazz he would be almost 80 years old by the end of another six-year term - Coats turns 72 in May. Though he first...
The Indiana Supreme Court says the state constitution does not require school districts to provide transportation to students. In a unanimous ruling, the court said the constitution's guarantee of a free public education for Indiana children does not include a free ride to and...
Financially-embattled Angie's List is remaining tight-lipped about another federal class action lawsuit. The suit filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia alleges the firm gives better ratings, reviews and exposure to clients that pay more and downplays the negative reviews...
Four bodies were found inside a home on Indianapolis' West side Tuesday morning. The incident was reported in the 3100 block of North Harding. Dispatchers confirm the victims had been shot. The investigation is ongoing.
Longtime Indiana lawmaker Earl Harris died Monday at the age of 73 following an illness. The Democrat was elected to the House of Representatives in 1982. Harris represented the 2nd District, which included portions of western Lake County. House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath...