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The state's program may not expand, but Indianapolis will likely forge ahead with a plan to provide preschool for low-income children. The City-County Council approved the pre-K program itself in December. Tonight, the council will vote on a method of funding it for the first of...
Legislators begin the second act of this year's legislative session today, with the House and Senate taking up each other's bills. The Senate Appropriations Committee holds the first of seven budget hearings this week, reviewing a House Republican budget which adds to Governor...
With snow total expected around 7 inches by the time the storm passes Marion County has issued a Travel Advisory for all motorists. Central Indiana along the Muncie, Indianapolis, and Terre Haute line are still under a Winter Storm Warning. The National Weather Service says that...
St. Vincent Heart Center is at the forefront of a new procedure to treat an often critical condition. St. Vincent is the first in the state, and second in the nation, to offer a clinical trial for a new procedure to deal with abdominal aortic aneurysms. St. Vincent vascular...
Notre Dame president Fr. Theodore Hesburgh (left) with Martin Luther King Jr. at a 1964 civil rights rally at Chicago's Soldier Field. (photo: University of Notre Dame) Hoosier leaders are remembering former Notre Dame president Theodore Hesburgh as a priest who left a lasting...
Matthew Carrington (photo courtesy IMPD) A former North Central High School coach charged with child seduction pleaded not guilty Friday in his initial court appearance. Matthew R. Carrington, 36, of Indianapolis, was arrested Thursday, two days after he was terminated from his...
Supporters of the move to repeal Indiana's common construction wage say it would save cities and schools money as they try to squeeze building projects into their budgets. But local governments are divided on whether repeal is a good idea. Indiana Association of Cities and Towns...
A man from Plainfield was one of several arrested in a sweep of a group who is accused of funneling money and weapons to ISIS. Jan Diltz, a spokeswoman for the US Attorney's office in St. Louis, says Nihad Rosic (RO-sich), 26, was one of six people arrested - Diltz says all of...
One of Indiana's top veterinarians says pet health insurance is growing by leaps and hounds. Dr. Jerry Risser is President of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association. He responded to the latest figures that show the nation spent $15.2 billion on veterinary care in 2014...