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Power companies and environmental groups are gearing up for a fight over a bill to change how customers are billed for solar power. Customers now get an offset on their bills if they generate their own electricity through solar panels or other renewables. Utilities argue those...
Tourism continues to be tops in Indiana. A new report shows that travel, hospitality and tourism remain the sixth largest industry in the state. The Indiana Office of Tourism Development says the industry supported more than 187,000 jobs and pumps $10.3 billion in revenue to...
House Republicans are pushing to double state funding to counter domestic violence. Governor Pence has proposed an extra million dollars for anti-domestic violence efforts. A House committee has unanimously recommended a $5 million increase, plus $2 million more for victims of...
The Senate will try to revive a bid to require Indiana high school students to pass the same test immigrants take to gain citizenship. The House Education Committee took testimony last month on a bill to require a civics test for graduation, but didn't vote -- skeptics note...
Dewayne Lewis (photo courtesy Greenwood Police Department) Police arrested a Greenwood man Tuesday afternoon after a drug bust at a Greenwood hotel. Greenwood Police say they assisted Indiana State Police with the investigation which led them to a room at the Red Roof Inn in the...
Greg Oden (file photo) Former Lawrence North High School basketball star, Greg Oden, pleaded guilty last December after his arrest in August for an attack on his ex-girlfriend. The deal was reached just before Christmas where Oden pled guilty to battery with bodily injury while...
Indianapolis police were investigating after a young girl was shot on the city’s northwest side. The shooting was reported at the Retreat Cooperative apartment complex near Westlane and Michigan roads just before 5:00 p.m. Witnesses told police a blue or green SUV pulled into...
Indiana is one of 19 states who settled with Standard & Poor's Financial Services resolving allegations of misleading investors. The settlement requires S&P to pay $1.375 billion to be split among the states. Indiana will receive $21.5 million in the settlement, with a...
A Ball State University Professor is heading to Washington D.C. to push for "The New P-E." Assistant Physical Education Professor Kimberly Hurley says she's joining peers from 37 other states as part of SHAPE America's 7th annual Speak Out Day. Their goal is to get physical...