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A City-County Council committee passed two proposals Monday night related to the Indianapolis pre-kindergarten program. The council's Community Affairs and Education Committee passed the first proposal which approves the United Way of Central Indiana as the administrator of the...
The Marion County Prosecutor's Office says a man was sentenced Wednesday to 45 years in prison following the death of his girlfriend's four-month-old daughter. Jared Tapley pleaded guilty in October 2014 to neglect of a dependant resulting in death. Tapley was babysitting his...
Governor Pence has hired a second consultant to help reduce the length of ISTEP, and he insists he and the Democratic state school superintendent are on the same page in working toward that goal. Pence announced a first consultant on Tuesday to make recommendations on cutting...
While casinos gear up for a Thursday hearing on a bill to loosen restrictions on how they operate, bars and truck stops are looking for a piece of the action. A bill authored by Crawfordsville Senator Phil Boots (R) would let bars and truck stops install low-stakes video...
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has significantly reduced Indianapolis Power and Light's $16 million plan for paying for BlueIndy. BlueIndy is the city's electric car sharing program. The IURC denied IPL's $12.3 million cost recovery request that would've resulted in a...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A woman is in critical condition after being taken to the City-County building in downtown Indianapolis with a gunshot wound. IMPD says an officer encountered a man driving a pickup truck around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the entrance to the City-County...
A young man was questioned by authorities after they say he posted a possibly threatening statement on social media. Noblesville Police Spokesman Bruce Barnes says a woman alerted them about the statement Wednesday. As a precaution, Promise Road Elementary School in Noblesville...
A bid to allow Sunday alcohol sales is headed for the House floor, but with proposed new restrictions that have prompted the two sides of the issue to swap positions. Supermarkets have long sought to legalize Sunday sales, but they're denouncing an addition to the bill that...
A Hoosier family group is trying to create a work sharing program in Indiana. Indiana Institute for Working Families Senior Policy Advisor Derek Thomas says they're trying for a third year to get Indiana lawmakers to hear the proposal. Thomas says work sharing is a voluntary,...