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Twenty-six known offenders and drug dealers were taken into custody Saturday during the largest operation in IMPD history. Working in partnership with federal, state and local partners, more than 150 officers targeted homes around Indianapolis in three areas – North, East and...
Democrats' statewide ticket (L to R): Lorenzo Arredondo, Glenda Ritz, John Gregg and Christina Hale. (WIBC.com photo: Abdul Hakim-Shabazz) Democrats have formally nominated their statewide ticket for the November election. Governor nominee John Gregg announced Indianapolis...
Terri Stacy speaks with Gary Weitman, SVP of Communications for Tribune, about why DISH subscribers are missing out on some of their favorite programs.
Indiana's education and workforce leaders say the state's making progress in lining up what students study in school with where the best jobs will be when they're through. Workforce Development Commissioner Steven Braun says his department has projections for what the demand...
State Route 37 and SR 252 in Morgan County are expected to be reopened shortly after a chemical spill shut them down Friday afternoon. Hydrochloric acid spilled from a container being hauled by a truck on southbound 37 near Martinsville just after noon, according to Donnie...
Acetaminophen, it's one of the most common drug ingredients in the U.S., and is used by 50 million Americans every week to treat a variety of symptoms; whether it’s headaches and back pain, or a fever and other cold and flu symptoms. Progress is also being made to ensure that...
Eight years after the housing crisis, banks and neighborhood groups are trying to find a balance between encouraging home ownership and making sure mortgages don't go belly up. David Erickson is community development director for the Federal Reserve in San Francisco. He says...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--A 15-hour filibuster this week ended with an agreement to possibly vote on two amendments Monday in the U.S. Senate. One sponsored by Republicans could expand background checks, while another, sponsored by Democrats, would keep terrorists already on the no fly...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The United States position on Syria is that the current president, Bashar al-Assad, needs to go. But Russia may have made that a lot more difficult. In a hearing in the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in DC Thursday, Indiana's Sen. Dan Coats (R),...