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Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann honored 17 Indiana high school and college students with $5,000 scholarships Friday. The students are urging their social media friends to "Drive Now, TXT L8R." This after 179 students posted more than seven thousand tweets and 47 photos as part of...
(image courtesy of Butler U.) Butler University will get some badly needed parking help, but that means the campus will also have to endure some parking shortages over the next year or so. Butler's board of trustees approved spending $20 million for construction of a five-story...
A former Indiana University student was among the victims on Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 that was shot down in Eastern Ukraine Thursday, killing everyone on board. Steve Peterson, head coach for the Indiana University rowing team in Bloomington, confirms 25-year-old Karlijn...
Ivy Tech Community College has selected Chris R. Lowery to serve as Chancellor of the college's combined region which includes the Columbus and Southeast regions. This includes Batesville, Lawrenceburg and Madison. Lowery most recently served as the Director of Public Policy and...
Indiana's sixth district congressman says the country's immigration system is broken. Republican Luke Messer says the lack of basic border security has contributed to what is a very real humanitarian crisis on the southern border. He says the tens of thousands of young people...
An Indiana church bus was involved in a fatal crash in Knoxville, Tennessee on Thursday evening. There were 18 people on the bus at the time of the crash. The group from Berea Christian Church in Brazil, Indiana was in Knoxville on a mission trip. Officials said four vehicles...
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles is cutting some fees to try to help suspended drivers get legal again. The legislature passed a bill this session creating the BMV's Reinstatement Relief Program. Starting next Monday, any driver's license reinstatement fees that were imposed before...
IMPD Chief Rick Hite says security will be tight Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration this weekend. Hite says visitors who don't come "in the spirit of peace" will likely face police from numerous agencies. IMPD Downtown District Commander Karen Arnett says police on foot and...
The Indiana State Department of Health confirms that six more people have tested positive for the chikungunya virus in Indiana. That makes seven in all. Most of the patients had traveled to the Caribbean recently, including four teenagers on mission trips. The virus is carried...