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Indiana State Police are investigating an attempted kidnapping which took place Tuesday morning at the White River State Park surface parking lot. Police say an unidentified black man approached the female victim, battered her and attempted to force her into her vehicle. The...
The Indiana Attorney General's Office says it reached a settlement Wednesday with a Jasper County-based propane company for overcharging its customers. Ashland Propane Demotte, LLC will pay nearly $20,000 in restitution to 93 customers as part of the settlement. RTV6 reports...
Common Cause executive director Julia Vaughn (left) rallies supporters of a constitutional amendment to limit corporate campaign spending. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) The watchdog group Common Cause and a coalition of labor and environmental groups are pushing to amend the...
Two Indianapolis Public Schools will have a new leader when it comes to how it's students are taught, and if the superintendent gets his way, the leader will be IPS itself. The State Board of Education voted to drop The New Teacher Project (TNTP) as lead partner for John...
Labor Secretary Thomas Perez (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez warns Burger King's move of its corporate headquarters to Canada may cost it customers. Burger King will pay a lower corporate tax rate by moving its headquarters north of the border as...
Marion County Democratic Party Chairman Joel Miller says democrats have a great chance to win the 2015 race for mayor. Miller says they're focusing on legislative and county elections this November, followed by the democratic convention and then the primary on the first Tuesday...
Frank Short (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) There is one less candidate for mayor of Indianapolis. Washington Township Trustee Frank Short was the first Democrat to announce a run for mayor, and he is now the first Democrat to leave the race. "I am suspending my campaign for mayor...
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana says several banks are failing to maintain about 100 foreclosed properties in African-American and Latino neighborhoods across Indianapolis. Executive Director Amy Nelson says the discovery follows their investigation of abandoned...
Indiana has a rich--and long history. State officials want Hoosiers to step back and learn more about where and how Hoosiers lived. September is Indiana Archaeology Month and a number of events are planned by universities, museums and various organizations. The state’s utopian...