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John Pistole as TSA Administrator (right), with President Obama (image courtesy of Wikipedia) The retiring director of the TSA is about to become president of Anderson University. On the same day that John Pistole announced his retirement after four years as TSA administrator...
Secretary of State Connie Lawson is on a financial literacy tour across Indiana. Lawson says the goal is to teach high school students how to avoid credit card debt, build good credit and learn good spending and saving habits that will follow them through life. She says students...
Hospitals across Indiana are on guard for ebola. There haven't been any confirmed cases in the Hoosier state as of yet. However, various facilities are evaluating their plans in an effort to reassure the public. Franciscan St. Francis Health Spokesman Joe Stuteville says they...
Trees across Indiana are doing their autumn thing. Department of Natural Resources Community and Urban Forestry Coordinator Tiffany Arp says fall color display is right on schedule. However, she says cooler temperatures, rain and wind may slow things down and actually knock many...
Amazon.com is planning to add hundreds of workers at its operations in central and southeast Indiana for the holiday season in order to meet an increase in customer demand. The online retailer intends to fill 80,000 seasonal fulfillment and sortation center positions around the...
Christel House Academy South (image courtesy of Facebook) The charter school whose grade change two years ago affected the career of the state's former school superintendent will get another grade change thanks to the State Board of Education. Christel House Academy South in...
Several people had to be rescued from a burning apartment building on the city's south side early Thursday. The fire broke out at the Winchester Village Apartments in the 8000 block of Madison Avenue, near the intersection of Madison and East Stop 11 Road shortly before 4am...
Juan Saez (photo courtesy Indiana Grand Racing & Casino) A brief memorial will be held this/Thursday afternoon for the jockey killed in an accident during a race at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. 17-year-old Juan Saez died from his injuries after being thrown from his...
(photo courtesy Indianapolis Colts) Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay spoke to reporters Wednesday for the first time since returning from suspension. Irsay was suspended by the NFL for the first six games of the season after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated charges...