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(image courtesy of Twitter) Despite billboards to the contrary, it looks as if there will not be an announcement on whether the Rolling Stones will be coming to Indianapolis. There have been reports for weeks that the Stones were planning another tour and that it would include a...
Sen. Joe Donnelly (wibc.com file photo) More than $1 trillion in student loan debt is now outstanding, and bills in Congress and in the state legislature aim to help students know what they are getting into if they borrow. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D, Indiana), has introduced a bill...
An underground fire was reported by Indianapolis Fire Department crews Thursday morning in downtown Indianapolis. According to IFD dispatchers, the fire was initially reported just before 7 a.m. as an underground explosion near the interaction of North Street and Capitol Avenue...
You can add Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry to the list of people that do not support the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, but it might not be for the reason you think. Curry says he opposes the Act because it lacks modifications that would prevent someone from using it...
The statewide voter registration deadline is quickly approaching. Secretary of State Connie Lawson says the last day to register to vote for the upcoming municipal elections is April 6th. Lawson says there are roughly 4.5 million registered voters in Indiana. However, she says...
A bill that aims to make Indiana's gaming industry more competitive has overwhelmingly passed an Indiana Senate committee. The Senate Public Policy Committee has approved House Bill 1540 by a vote of 10 to zero. The measure authored by Rep. Thomas Dermody also overwhelmingly...
Attempts to set standards for digital ride apps like Uber are delving into finer points of insurance coverage. The House and Senate have each passed bills requiring drivers for car services like Uber to have separate insurance coverage, since their personal coverage won't apply...
Purdue President Mitch Daniels (wibc.com file photo) An idea tossed out by Purdue President Mitch Daniels to help students pay for college is not a new one, but he says it might could help the student debt crisis if Congress would allow it. During his testimony this week to a...
Governor Mike Pence is making his case to lawmakers for more DCS funding after a report outlined several recommendations for improvement. The report, commissioned by the Indiana Department of Child services, found that the department was lacking in several areas--especially when...