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A former Howard County maintenance department supervisor is serving two years of supervised probation for stealing taxpayer money, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported. As part of a plea agreement, Darrell Scott Reed pleaded guilty to two counts of conversion and prosecutors...
Business owners and law enforcement attended a conference designed to help them prevent cyber attacks. The Cyber Security Summit was hosted by Indy's Department of Public Safety and Division of Homeland Security as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Ironically, it...
Tweets from ISIS supporters seem to indicate that Indianapolis hostage Abdul Rahman Kassig may have only hours to live. The tweets stated that Wednesday is the deadline for the Obama administration to halt the bombing campaign. The former Butler University student and Army...
The man accused of killing seven women in Indiana isn't talking to the judge. Darren Vann wouldn't utter a single word during a hearing at the Lake County, Indiana jail this morning. The hearing has been put on hold for a week. Vann is scheduled to sit-down with Gary, Indiana...
(image courtesy of Indiana Supreme Court) A lawsuit over whether school districts can charge parents fees for transportation will go before the Indiana Supreme Court. The state Court of Appeals transferred the case involving Franklin Township Schools to the state Supreme Court,...
With a deadline to apply extended, Governor Pence was asked to change his mind about seeking federal pre-K money. The governor says that isn't happening. Pence declined to apply for a preschool grant of $80 million, saying he didn't want to move too fast in adding pre-K...
Indiana's unemployment rate continues to fall, even though the state lost private sector jobs last month. The Department of Workforce Development says the unemployment rate fell to 5.7-percent in September, a drop of 0.1 percentage points from August. It is the ninth consecutive...
A black market has formed for blood from people who have survived the Ebola outbreak, a black market that has not made its way to the U.S., and a market that one doctor says you should away from no matter what. The black market for the blood began in West Africa, because...
A popular Indianapolis field-trip destination for Hoosier health students is closing its doors after 25 years and reinventing itself. The Ruth Lilly Health Education Center will merge into Marian University after the first of the year. Instead of bringing tour groups in, the...