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The Senate may vote next week to change the way municipal power companies, rural electric cooperatives, and investor-owned utilities fight for the same customers. 72 Indiana cities and towns run their own electric utility. If they annex territory served by a private power...
Indianapolis businessman Chuck Brewer says jobs, education and public safety will be his top priorities as mayor. Brewer officially filed paperwork in the Marion County Clerk's office to launch his candidacy. The officially-endorsed and slated Republican candidate was backed by...
An Islamic Studies expert says vengeance is not the answer for the burning of a live Jordanian pilot. University of Notre Dame professor Ebrahim Moosa calls the event "one of the most outrageous activities in the acts of terror perpetrated by this group." The group that burned...
The state could intervene in more low-performing schools under a bill before the House Education Committee. The bill (HB 1638) would allow the grouping of schools intro "transformation zones" - for example, a school that has consistently received a D or an F from the state along...
Indianapolis-based Anthem has called in the FBI to probe the massive data hack. The nation's second-largest health insurer says it has also hired a cybersecurity firm to review its network. This following a cyber attack the company says has exposed the personal information of...
Police are trying to figure out how a man ended up being hit by a city salt truck this morning. We talked to a witness this morning, John Velarde who says he was driving on 56th street, near Dandy Trail, when he suddenly saw someone in the road, walking a bike. "I could barely...
Brenda Lee (photo courtesy Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police (ISP) arrested a Fort Branch woman Wednesday for allegedly embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from her now-deceased stepfather. The investigation began in December 2013 after ISP detectives received...
Legislators have taken their first look at a Pence administration proposal to streamline the tax code. But changes are on the way. The bill eliminates 29 income tax credits and deductions, including credits for donating to state universities or starting businesses in enterprise...
Medicaid reform for very low income Hoosiers has gotten a big upgrade. Top state officials gave an update Wednesday on the state's upgrade from Healthy Indiana Plan 1.0 to what's now called, "HIP 2.0." State Health Commissioner Dr. Jerome Adams and Indiana Family and Social...