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Vera Bradley, Inc. announced Tuesday it is closing its manufacturing facility in New Haven, Indiana. The company says it will close the facility beginning May 9. CEO Robert Wallstrom says the company's domestic manufacturing costs have continued to rise year over year and...
The U.S. Attorney's Office announced two indictments Tuesday charging six people in what is being alleged as the largest cocaine distribution network in the Fort Wayne area. The investigation by the FBI Fort Wayne Safe Streets Task Force led to the seizure of more than 100...
Can State Rep. Justin Moed (D-Indianapolis) salvage his political career following his thedirty.com sexting scandal? IUPUI Political Analyst Dr. Amanda Friesen says that really depends on how Moed and state democratic leaders handle the situation. Friesen says a big question is...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A manager at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Indianapolis has been been placed on leave for an inappropriate email. Robin Paul was manager of the Seamless Transition Integrated Care Clinic and was accused of sending an offensive email. Director Tom...
Representative Justin Moed (left) with fiance Rachel Ranz (image courtesy of Indiana House Democrats) (NOTE: Links to stories in other publications contain NSFW material) A state lawmaker appears to have been caught sexting with the woman who brought down the political career of...
Indiana's rental boom is ringing up big bucks for the Indy economy. The National Apartment Association reports the apartment industry contributed $3.97 billion and nearly 44,000 jobs to the Indianapolis metro-area economy in 2013. Those numbers generated roughly $4 million in...
Greenwood Deputy Mayor Terry McLaughlin (podium) (WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) State and local officials held a ceremonial, indoor groundbreaking at Greenwood City Center on another portion of the I-65 Major Moves 2020 project. Governor Mike Pence and others say it's the first I...
(image courtesy of Indy Connect) Public transportation supporters are taking a day to, among other things, lobby state lawmakers for more money. The Indiana Citizens' Alliance for Transit is holding what it is calling "Transit Day" at the Statehouse, featuring meetings with...
Jake Miller (left) and Craig Bowen shortly after their marriage in Indianapolis, June 25, 2014 (wibc.com file photo) As we move closer to a Supreme Court hearing on same-sex marriage, a sociologist from IU looked at what he thinks might be hurting the case of same-sex marriage...