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Tens of thousands of firefighters are arriving in Indianapolis this week. Many of them will be taking part in live fire experiments today and tomorrow in Thorntown. That's where a 6,000 square foot farmhouse-like structure will be set ablaze for firefighters to test out theories...
The repeal of the common construction wage marks the second major legislative defeat for Indiana unions in three years. Twenty years ago, a statehouse show of force by organized labor stopped a prevailing wage repeal in its tracks with a show of force at the statehouse. Labor...
As state animal health advocates continue to remind pet owners about the dangers of dog flu there remains plenty of questions about how the illness itself made its way here in the first place. Dr. Steve Thompson, Professor with the Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine says...
IMPD is crediting a Good Samaritan with rescuing a lost elderly woman that suffers from dementia. 30 year old Laquandra Warren may very well have saved the woman's life, as the elderly woman was standing on a median and stepping in and out of traffic on 56th street in the middle...
Police say that a missing Anderson woman, found murdered in Gary, was lured away from her home by a woman pretending to be a DCS worker. 23 year old Samantha Fleming and her newborn baby went missing on April 6th when police say neighbors saw her leave with a woman and never...
The City of Indianapolis is pushing ahead with plans for urban farming. The Department of Metropolitan Development is getting $1 million in grant funding for 2015 and 2016 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Senior Project Manager John Hunsberger says the...
One of Governor Pence's key economic development proposals is one of the major areas of disagreement as legislators begin final negotiations on a new budget. Pence wants $84 million over two years for the Regional Cities Initiative, a program to help regions of the state reach...
Special honors for two Indianapolis heroes today. IU Health honored 60-year-old Russell Hill and IMPD Officer Michael Darst. Last November, Darst saved Hill who was being attacked by two pit bulls. Darst shot the dogs who he says were viciously attacking Hill who himself had...
More cases of HIV are being reported in Southern Indiana. State health officials say the number of cases has now reached 130, up 24 confirmed cases from last week. We have seen a significant increase in the number of HIV cases reported this week, but we believe that is because...