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More Indiana businesses are becoming socially-conscious. That's according to a top Hoosier human resources expert. That's Good HR Senior Staffing Specialist Amber Crosby says more firms are responding to young job applicants and workers who don't only want a paycheck, but also...
The bill to repeal Indiana's common construction wage will get a hearing in the Senate, but Senate President Pro Tem David Long isn't predicting whether or how it will pass. Long (R-Fort Wayne) says he personally favors repealing the common construction wage. He argues it drives...
(Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police are investigating a shooting Wednesday evening involving a Terre Haute police officer. Shortly before 5:30 p.m., officers with the Terre Haute Police Department and the U.S. Marshal's Service Task Force were searching for a suspect...
A well-known Richmond doctor said she feared for the safety of her family after she believes they were victims of a hate crime. The plastic surgeon and her family woke up to an explosion right outside their home early Tuesday morning. Dr. Myla Bennett, her husband and two young...
A bill to let riverboat casinos move inland and let racetrack casinos add live dealers has overwhelmingly passed the House, despite qualms from the state's top leaders. Governor Pence and House Speaker Brian Bosma have said they'd consider live dealers at the racinos an...
Bartholomew County resident Samuel Sallee has been convicted of four counts of murder. Closing arguments concluded Wednesday morning in Bartholomew Circuit Court. The jury was given instructions and sent out for deliberations at about 11:45 a.m. They returned with a verdict...
(WIBC.com photo courtesy Indy Eleven) A bill to help finance a new stadium for the Indy Eleven pro soccer team is on its way to the Senate. The House voted 73-21 to give Indy's City-County Council the option of letting the Indy Eleven keep sales and income taxes from games at...
While state lawmakers killed a bill that would have shifted duties away from the state Superintendent, the House approved a bill that would allow the state take control of failing schools more quickly. The main purpose of the bill (HB 1638) was to allow school districts to...
(photo courtesy Indiana State Police) An argument at a body shop Wednesday in Paoli ended with one person dead. Two employees, 48-year-old Michael Kilpatrick of North Carolina and 30-year-old Keith Wagner of Bedford, Indiana, began arguing outside the shop and eventually started...