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It remains a huge problem for police investigators in Indy; people who don't want to "snitch." Police and community leaders say the "code of silent on the streets" about crime continues to hamper police investigations. Rev. Charles Harrison says it's important to break that code...
Indiana Republicans in Congress are predicting Paul Ryan's ascent to House Speaker will produce changes in both process and policy. Ryan was a leading advocate of tax reform as chairman of the House Budget Committee and then Ways and Means. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski says she...
A brief, silent show of support for Paris on Monument Circle (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) Support for Paris after Friday's terrorist attacks came via social media and on the streets. More than 100 people gathered Saturday afternoon on the steps of the Soldiers and Sailors...
Nancy Irsay, widow of Bob Irsay (image courtesy of NancyIrsay.com) The widow of the man who brought the Colts to Indianapolis has died. Nancy Irsay died last Saturday at the age of 65 according to an obituary notice posted by Swartz Family Community Mortuary. There was no...
The Marion County Clerk's office hasn't only tallied up ballots from the recent election. Clerk Myla Eldridge says the November municipal election cost taxpayers about $1.2 million. About 23% of registered voters in the county cast ballots. That's up from 7% in the May primary...
Indiana counties are seeking help getting property tax dollars from parcels that pay little or nothing. $17 billion dollars in Indiana land is tax exempt because it's religious or government property, forest land, or the property of a nonprofit. Counties say they're losing money...
IMPD investigators say they've got neighborhood video surveillance of a young male believed connected to the murder of 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn. They say the video shows the black male wearing a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt outside Blackburn's home. It also shows a dark...
A retail developer says doing business both online and in stores is the name of game these days. Poag Shopping Centers CEO Josh Poag says more and more retailers are fighting to keep market share in the fast-moving retail world. This comes especially in light of online giant...
It's Red Kettle time. The Salvation Army kicked off its Red Kettle Christmas Fundraising Campaign today. Spokesman Mike Rowland says this year's goal is $3.5 million. He says they're trying to raise a little more than last year's $3.4 million success to keep up with growing...