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James Rendon (photo courtesy RTV6) Purdue University announced Friday that a student has been arrested and suspended following allegations of sexual assault at a university fraternity. The Purdue University Police Department says it was notified Thursday by another university's...
The flu virus death toll so far this season now stands at 97 in Indiana. The State Department of Health released its latest figures Friday. They say 93 of the deaths occurred in those over the age of 50. Counties with five or more associated deaths include: Allen, Hamilton,...
Metro Police are searching for a man accused of shooting a store employee early Friday morning. The shooting happened around 2:30 a.m. at the business located in the 6700 block of East 38th Street. Police say an unidentified black man entered the store and became argumentative...
Devon Powell and Kyle Hampton (photos courtesy IMPD) IMPD detectives arrested two men accused of robbing a west side gas station early Friday morning. Officers were called around 3:00 a.m. to the Speedway gas station in the 9200 block of Crawfordsville Road on a report of a...
The Indiana University Public Policy Institute has unveiled a new project designed to help state communities succeed in the future. Director Mark Lawrance says they're launching the $700,000 "Thriving Communities, Thriving State Project." He says the project will create three...
The Indy Yoga Movement is a nonprofit group bringing the practice into schools around central Indiana. Suzy Bindley, president and co-founder says schools are embracing the program. It has reached over 3-thousand students in 12 different schools and organizations. She says...
A Ball State University telecommunications professor says "deflate-gate" is about to fall flat with Super Bowl viewers. Professor Dom Caristi says the Super Bowl remains the biggest "must see TV on the big screen." Caristi says the whole issue has been great for talk shows, but...
A committee of the Indianapolis City-County Council voted this week to table spending of the new public safety tax intended to hire more police officers. The Department of Public Safety announced plans this year to hire 115 more police officers. But city officials say that...
(photo courtesy New England Patriots) An instructor of sports ethics at IUPUI says people should wait for the facts regarding the deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game between the Colts and Patriots. Bob Lovell, who also hosts Indiana Sports Talk , says it's...