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A registered sex offender from Ohio was sentenced in federal court in Indianapolis to 35 years in prison on child pornography and other charges. The U.S. Attorney's office says John Alan Lewis, 65, of Lima, Ohio was sentenced to prison following a conviction on charges of...
(photo courtesy Joe Donnelly/YouTube) The Indiana native killed by ISIS terrorists was remembered Wednesday on the floor of the U.S. Senate. U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly gave a speech on the Senate floor honoring the life of Abdul-Rahman Kassig. Detailing the work Kassig did by...
An inmate at the Whitley County Jail died Tuesday night after being in the jail for over six hours. Indiana State Police say Kevin Minnix, 48, of Columbia City was brought into the jail around 2:00 p.m. and placed into a holding cell. Around 8:30 p.m., officers in the jail found...
Smoke Free Indy says e-cigarettes aren't what they appear to be. The anti-smoking group is warning Hoosiers about the potential hazards of e-cigarettes at a symposium at Northwest High School in Speedway Thursday evening. Spokesperson Staci Walters says e-cigarettes aren't...
The agency that represents Indiana consumers says regulators should not approve a proposed rate increase for Duke Energy. The Office of Utility Consumer Counselor says Duke Energy did not provide its office enough details on the proposed increase, which Duke says would fund $1.9...
(photo courtesy South Shore CVA) After a two-year hiatus, the Gary Air Show will return to Marquette Park July 10 and 11, 2015 sponsored by city government itself. Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson made the announcement on Tuesday. She called the show "an event that all of Northwest...
An Indianapolis immigration attorney is speaking out on what many believe President Obama will announce to the nation on immigration Thursday night. Angela Adams is Indiana chapter chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. It's believed the President will announce...
(wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) Some IUPUI students braved the cold in an effort to spread some positivity. The "Positive Blitz" was an idea given to the Indianapolis campus by Indiana University's communications office, who saw it on social media. Some students and staffers left...
A daylong business conference in Fishers is celebrating failure. The first-ever Fail Fest gathered about 200 entrepreneurs and business leaders to urge them to forget Apollo 13: failure is an option. Better Retail LLC CEO Gerry Hays says what's not an option is to treat it as a...