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Rep. Susan Brooks (R-5th) (WIBC.com file photo) Indiana Congresswoman Susan Brooks says the fight against terrorism needs to include American nation-building in the Third World. Brooks says President George W. Bush's African AIDS relief program both created a surge of goodwill...
The FBI is assisting in the investigation of one-year-old Shaylyn Ammerman's disappearance. Police launched a search Wednesday for the toddler after she was reported missing from her father's home in Spencer, Indiana. The FBI is providing Investigative and analytical support to...
Better preschool options, free downtown wi-fi, and a pipeline to groom new civic leaders are among the recommendations of an IU study on building Indiana communities. In 15 pages, IU's Public Policy Institute delivered 127 recommendations for helping communities thrive. But...
Indiana's new law making it harder to buy pseudoephedrine includes an exemption for certain brands. There's no restriction on buying pseudoephedrine that the state certifies as tamper-resistant. Acura Pharmaceuticals, which has an R-and-D facility in Culver, makes Nexafed, one...
Muslims in Indiana with a simple message - ISIS does not equal Islam. As it does after every terrorist attack from a group claiming to act in the name of Islam, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemned this week's bombings in Brussels. The attack came shortly after the group...
Richard Johnson (Bloomington PD/RTV6) A Bloomington man was arrested over the weekend after he inappropriately touched two teenagers, police say. Bloomington Police arrested Richard L. Johnson, 41, on preliminary charges of sexual battery and child seduction. Police say a...
In six weeks, Indiana Republicans will cast their first meaningful presidential primary votes in 40 years -- and all three candidates could come away with delegates. 27 of Indiana's 57 delegates go to the winners in the nine congressional districts. It's not much of a stretch to...
IBM owes Indiana money for the failed attempt to privatize the process of deciding if you're eligible for welfare. Then-Governor Mitch Daniels signed a $1.3 billion contract with IBM in 2006 to handle intake for welfare recipients. But Indiana and IBM sued each other for breach...
It's establishment vs. tea party in the Republican U.S. Senate race in Indiana. Congressman Marlin Stutzman trails another member of the House, Todd Young, when it comes to money for the May 3rd primary. But Stutzman picked up an endorsement from the right, as the political...