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The FCC will vote this month on a plan to provide federal subsidies for high speed internet access, and one tech educator says it's about time. The proposal from FCC chairman Tom Wheeler would expand the Lifeline program that was created under President Reagan's administration...
(image courtesy of Indiana Democratic Party) Some will say it privately, but at least one Democratic Party official is publicly arguing that Glenda Ritz should not be running for governor. "I want Democrats to win the governor's seat back. That's the bottom line for me; it's...
Charges have not been filed in a fight between two women at a Beech Grove Wal-Mart that was captured on cellphone video. The video shows two women fighting while a 6-year-old child watches nearby and is even encouraged to get involved. The video was uploaded to YouTube and had...
Legislators will reopen the debate over Indiana's smoking ban this summer. A study committee will examine whether Indiana's three-year-old ban on smoking in restaurants and workplaces should expand to cover bars and casinos. House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) has said he...
Opening arguments got underway in South Bend today. It wasnt without some trouble though, because as attorneys rounded out jury selection when one of the jurors told the court she had just closed on a home in Michigan and would be moving before the end of the trial. Lawyers had...
The House could vote by month's end on a bill aimed at speeding the progress of disease therapies through clinical trials to FDA approval. The House Energy and Commerce Committee unanimously endorsed a bill aimed at making it easier to use patients' genetic profiles to create...
Tuesday marks day two of the Mark Leonard trial. Opening arguments got underway in South Bend Monday. Attorneys rounded out jury selection when one of the jurors told the court she had just closed on a home in Michigan and would be moving before the end of the trial. The judge...
The Indiana Department of Agriculture is looking at ways to create more so-called "Food Hubs" across the state. Agriculture Secretary Ted McKinney says food hubs are basically online channels that work alongside farmer's markets to make bulk crops and regional foods more easily...
Rev. Charles Harrison (image courtesy of Facebook) A group of voters is trying to get a third candidate into the Indianapolis mayor's race, one who has thus far declined to run. A website, RunRevRun.com , was created for one reason - to try to get Rev. Charles Harrison, pastor...