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Cummins officially broke ground on its new $30 million Indianapolis distribution Headquarters Thursday. Cummins Chief Administrative Officer Marya Rose says the old Market Square Arena site in downtown Indianapolis is the perfect location for the new facility. The ten-story...
The legislature is a step closer to effectively removing the State Superintendent as chair of the State Board of Education, though a key change was made to the bill. The House Education Committee approved the bill (SB 1) designed to eliminate what has been described as they...
Senate Republicans have unveiled their version of a new state budget, pumping more money into university funding. The Senate budget matches the House version almost exactly on school funding, giving schools nearly a 5% increase over two years. But Appropriations Chairman Luke...
They may be small, but their impact is huge. April is Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month and the U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 18 Hungry Pests, that feed on agricultural crops, trees and other plants--costing the U.S. billions of dollars. In Indiana...
Indianapolis police found the car, but they are looking for the guy who stole it, right out of the dealership showroom. It wasn't just any car either, it was an Indy 500 Pace Car, one of only 100, and according to Bill Estes, the owner of the dealership says it was in bad shape...
An Indiana-based security and anti-terrorism expert says the Russian hacking of a non-classified White House computer network isn't cause for serious alarm. U.S. officials say it happened for several months last year and forced the White House to shut the system down for several...
The Indianapolis Metro area is getting a new area code. The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission says that, beginning in the Spring of 2016, new phone numbers issued in what is now the 317 area code will be assigned the new code of 463 - it happens to correspond with the...
Central Indiana could see another round or two of storms through Thursday afternoon. Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Dave Tucek says expect some pop up storms Wednesday afternoon and possibly through all day Thursday. He says some areas might also see...
(image courtesy of U.S. Department of Education) A new federal report gives Indiana low marks when it comes to preschool, but one analyst says the report doesn't tell the entire story. The report from the U.S. Department of Education is called A Matter of Equity: Preschool In...