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The Indianapolis City-County Council approved a proposal Monday to borrow $70 million in IndyRoads Revenue Bonds for street improvements, but only half of that amount will be spent. The council approved a second proposal, by a vote of 23-6, which appropriates $35 million to fund...
Some members of the City County Council will try to stop proposed deer hunts at an Indianapolis park. Last month, the city's Parks and Recreation Board approved limited hunts to thin out the deer population at Eagle Creek Park, with supporters of the plan saying much of the park...
The Capital Improvement Board is moving forward with plans to upgrade Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Capital Improvement Board President Ann Lathrop says they've approved $4.7 million for two projects. Those projects include $1.5 million for new carpeting, tile and wood flooring and $...
An elderly Hamilton County man is recovering following a brutal home invasion early Friday. Hamilton County Sheriff's Deputy Bryant Orem says two masked men broke into 94-year-old Herschel "Bud" Moore's home in Arcadia. He says they tied Moore up and robbed him. They also beat...
Health and cultural experts gathered at IU Bloomington Monday for an education forum on Ebola. IU School of Medicine Associate Professor Joshua Mugele says there have been five different discovered strains of Ebola, with the current strain in Liberia called "Zaire Strain."...
(photo courtesy RTV6) The president of the Indiana NAACP says the organization wants two Hammond police officers taken off the street and put on desk duty for breaking a car window and using a stun gun on a man during a recent stop for not wearing a seat belt. Barbara Bolling-...
Abdul Rahman Kassig (right) in an undated photo with father, Ed Kassig (image courtesy of the Kassig Family) The parents of an Indianapolis native held hostage by ISIS released more of a letter their son sent this summer. "It is still really hard to believe all of this is really...
(image courtesy of the College Board) Numbers from the College Board show that SAT scores correspond to family income, and one analyst says that isn't likely to change despite changes being made to the exam. Students who took the college entrance exam in 2014 outscored students...
Central and southern Indiana can expect potentially severe weather today through Wednesday. Indiana-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Dave Tucek says a line of storms from Missouri and Arkansas are heading toward Indiana. He says they'll arrive late this afternoon (...