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The Indiana Supreme Court will issue the final word on whether school systems can legally discontinue bus service. Indy's Franklin Township Schools abandoned a short-lived attempt in 2011 to make parents pay for bus service after parents sued. A Marion Superior Court judge ruled...
Opponents of a controlled deer hunt are hoping a Marion County judge will block it come Wednesday. Indianapolis attorney Arend Abel says the city hasn't followed proper procedures in setting up what he says is actually a "deer kill" set to take place in Eagle Creek Park this...
Expect some extra security measures when you flock to the stores on Black Friday. The Indiana Department of Labor is reminding retailers to prepare in advance to make sure Friday's onslaught of shoppers doesn't turn into a stampede. Spokesman Bob Dittmer recommends putting up...
A manhole cover was blown off its manhole in downtown Indy, but Indianapolis Power and Light doesn't believe it was caused by the same problem that affected manholes two years ago. "We received a call this morning that there was a dislodged manhole cover in the 300 block of New...
Great news for Hoosiers hitting the road this Thanksgiving holiday weekend. AAA says you'll be paying well below $3.00 a gallon in much of the nation. The last time gas prices fellow below that mark was in December 2010. Thanksgiving gas prices are at their lowest in five years...
(photo courtesy Metro Networks) The Grand Jury in the case of the shooting death Michael Brown is set to reconvene Monday in Ferguson where tension is running high as the imminence of protests hangs over the city. Its not a question of "if" but "how" the protests will be carried...
Senate President Pro Tem David Long is warning of far-reaching consequences if the government rejects Indiana's request to expand the Healthy Indiana Plan. Long and House Speaker Brian Bosma both accuse the Obama Administration of politicizing the debate over Indiana's proposal...
Good News! INDOT has released a new video sneak peak of the new US 31 corridor north of Indianapolis. Perhaps even better news is that it will be open in time for thanksgiving travel. It might be a good idea to warn family and friends that might be traveling for the holiday...
Services started on Friday with a memorial at a mosque in Fishers and today the public is being invited to attend services being held by the Muslim Alliance of Indiana. That is happening at the Indiana Interchurch Center on West 42nd Street at 6:45 pm. On Sunday night friends...