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Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is heading to Washington, DC Monday to meet with senior administration officials and other mayors to discuss issues concerning youth violence. The Mayor will also participate in a town hall meeting with President Barack Obama concerning the "My...
A man faces charges for allegedly killing his wife and then stabbing his stepson in their home. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers were sent Sunday morning to 5702 Laurel Hall Drive after a 9-1-1 call of a disturbance with a person injured. Rebecca...
(INDIANAPOLIS) -- A house fire on the southeast-side of Indianapolis has claimed the life of an elderly woman. The Indianapolis Fire Department reports 72-year old Bettie Bradley died in Eskenazi Hospital after a fire broke out in her home in the 27-hundred block of Duane Drive...
So much for those $3.00 per gallon gas prices, though an analyst says prices in this part of the country remain relatively low. The price of gas across central Indiana rebounded roughly a day after prices as low as 2.97 a gallon appeared at some stations. While we are usually...
The Indy Public Safety Foundation has awarded more than 35-thousand dollars in youth summer employment grants. The program is part of Mayor Greg Ballard's broader strategy to make the city a safer place. That plan also includes two new IMPD recruit classes, the reallocation of...
Indiana added more private sector jobs (10,000) last month than any other June on record. Joe Frank with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, says every major industry sector experienced growth. The state's unemployment rate in June was 5.9 percent, up from 5.7...
The state has announced a proposed settlement with e-book publisher and computer giant Apple for its part in a 2-year price-fixing conspiracy. The agreement would resolve claims brought by Indiana, and 32 other states on behalf of customers that overpaid for their e-books. The...
Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann honored 17 Indiana high school and college students with $5,000 scholarships Friday. The students are urging their social media friends to "Drive Now, TXT L8R." This after 179 students posted more than seven thousand tweets and 47 photos as part of...
(image courtesy of Butler U.) Butler University will get some badly needed parking help, but that means the campus will also have to endure some parking shortages over the next year or so. Butler's board of trustees approved spending $20 million for construction of a five-story...