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(image courtesy of IU) Purdue may not be the only college in the state with a freeze on tuition anymore. IU President Michael McRobbie has asked the school's Board of Trustees to not raise tuition for in-state residents attending the Bloomington campus for the next two years. He...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and Community Health Network leaders welcomed a new project to the city's eastside. They cut the ribbon on the $2.1 million Emerson Avenue project. It runs from 16th to 21st Streets and among other things, includes upgraded signals, improved...
The Postal Service is issuing its annual plea to dog owners to keep their pets inside when the mail arrives. Nearly 5,800 letter carriers were bitten by dogs last year, 3% more than in 2013. That total included 27 Indianapolis mailmen, the 18th most in the country. Evansville...
After only a year on the job, the State Board of Education's executive director is leaving. Robert Guffin announced that he was retiring from education at the end of May. He leaves just as some members of the State Board might be leaving, too, as the board is overhauled under a...
(image courtesy of Purdue Agriculture) The federal government will spend millions of dollars to figure out why honeybees and monarch butterflies are disappearing. Several federal agencies will be part of the study, which one Purdue University researcher says is long overdue. "...
Need a temporary job? The Indiana State Fair hopes to fill more than 500 seasonal positions. A job fair will be held Thursday, May 28 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Ag/Hort Building from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. “The Indiana State Fair requires a large temporary workforce to provide...
A nationwide lawsuit has been filed against four supposed cancer charities, involving law enforcement from every state, including Indiana. The four charities targeted in the investigation include: the Cancer Fund Of America, Cancer Support Services, Children’s Cancer Fund Of...
(image courtesy of Indianapolis Monthly) David Letterman retires after his show tonight, and a professor at Letterman's alma mater says it is also the end of the late night talk show as generations have known it. "Is it the end of late night talk shows? Absolutely not. But it is...
(WIBC.com photo: City of Westfield) A study commissioned by Westfield predicts a 39% increase in attendance this year at the city's new Grand Park sports complex. Mayor Andy Cook says some of the expected increase comes from being open for the full year -- Grand Park didn't cut...