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An Indiana Political Science expert is weighing in on Hillary Clinton's announcement Sunday. Clinton announced via social media that she is indeed seeking the Democratic nod for President in 2016. University of Indianapolis Assistant Political Science Professor Dr. Laura...
Congressional Democrats, including one from Indianapolis, want to keep Indiana's discussion of a religious freedom law alive, as in under the guise of potential discrimination. Four Democrats in Congress say they will sponsor a resolution "expressing the sense of Congress that...
The number of cases in the HIV outbreak in southeastern Indiana has now reached 106. That number is expected to rise as more individuals seek testing and health officials continue to follow up on contacts of positive cases. “The fact that we now have more than 100 cases of HIV...
A fatal weekend shooting involving police is under investigation. Two Indianapolis police officers were injured and a suspect was killed in the shooting near the intersection of 31st street and Sherman Drive on the northeast-side Sunday. Police said a male suspect fled from a...
A Megabus crashed in the southbound lanes of Interstate 65 near Edinburgh. At approximately 5:30 a.m. Monday, the Indiana State Police (ISP) responded to a personal injury crash toward the south end of a construction zone on I-65 southbound at the 83.5 mile marker. Preliminary...
Concern about lingering damage to Indiana's national image from the religious-freedom battle may prompt the state to set marketing money aside for a counteroffensive. The budget the Senate will consider this week includes an extra million dollars in tourism funds. Legislators...
The budget which senators will vote on this week singles out two Indiana colleges for an in-depth review. Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley's budget calls on the Commission for Higher Education to look into Ivy Tech's low completion rates. Just 4% of Ivy Tech students...
Indianapolis city leaders are honoring fallen IMPD Officer Rod Bradway. Bradway's widow Jamie accepted the Congressional Badge of Bravery Friday at the Indiana War Memorial. Congress created the award back in 2008. Bradway was killed in September 2013. He was attacked after...
Indiana State Police are exploring a pilot program for outfitting hundreds of troopers with body cameras. This comes as more police officers nationwide are coming into question following incidents involving crime suspects. Police officers across the nation already employ large...