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Allison Transmission Holdings has dedicated an ‘Allison Machine Shop’ historical marker at the building’s location where it still stands on Main Street in Speedway. The marker is part of the State of Indiana Historical Marker Program which is administered by the Indiana...
Mayor Ballard is discussing an IPS policy that cautions teachers against intervention in fights. Ballard says a fight like the one that showed a male student beating up a girl at Northwest High School wouldn't have lasted long when he was growing up. Ballard says a teacher...
The City of Indianapolis has taken precautions when it comes to police accountability and avoiding situations like the current one in Baltimore. That's according to Public Safety Director Troy Riggs. Riggs says his department is spending roughly $200,000 modernizing its police...
Charges are pending against a 23-year-old woman in the stabbing death of her roommate and the kidnapping of two children. Indianapolis police say a woman called them just after 6:30 yesterday evening to say she had killed her roommate at the Whispering Pines Apartments in the...
The former Executive Director of the Jared Foundation that is facing federal child pornography charges is alive after a suicide attempt in prison earlier today. The charges were levied earlier this week and include multiple counts of possession and production of child...
Gov. Mike Pence (center) shakes hands with Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) after signing the Regional Cities Initiative bill. Bill author Rep. Jerry Torr (R-Carmel) is at right. (WIBC.com photo: Indiana Senate Republicans) With the creation of a "Regional Cities" development...
An Indiana tech expert is speaking out on the Federal Aviation Administration's new Pathfinder drone program. Ball State University Director of Emerging Technologies Jonathan Blake Huer calls the program a "good step in the right direction." Huer says the explosion in the number...
Four Indiana school districts are pondering their next move after voters defeated referenda seeking property tax hikes. Voters denied requests for extra operating dollars in Brownsburg, Gary, and Pike County. The no vote in Gary comes on the heels of a $7 million funding cut in...
Some Indiana arts institutions are richer today than they were yesterday. The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded 11 Indiana Arts organizations and programs nearly $1 million in grants. Much of that money comes through a joint effort with the Indiana Arts Commission. The...