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Here's another reason why you might want to think before you tweet. Twitter and Google have entered a partnership that will soon allow Google to log all tweets in its search engine. In other words, your tweets will show up on Google. Indianapolis internet culture expert Steven...
A coalition that feeds hungry Hoosiers is celebrating a milestone. Feeding Indiana's Hungry is marking its 10th anniversary. Nearly a dozen member food banks marked the milestone at the Indiana Statehouse Monday. Executive Director Emily Bryant says they served 66 million meals...
Two Indiana senators are backing legislation aimed at cracking down on meth abusers. State Senators Mike Young (R)-Indianapolis and Carlin Yoder (R)-Middlebury announced Senate Bill 536. Young says the measure will create a meth-offender block list and require courts to report...
An Indiana state senator wants to change the way U.S. senators are elected. Until the 17th Amendment was ratified in 1913, senators weren't elected directly, but by state legislatures. Charlestown State Senator Jim Smith says the idea was to make senators responsive to their...
A growing coalition is hoping that a hash-tag will save the integrity of the Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Indiana House could vote today, to remove Glenda Ritz as head of the State Board of Education, but a twitter movement launched by a group including...
An Anderson woman was killed Friday afternoon in a crash in Boone County. The Boone County Sheriff's Office says the crash happened around 4:15 p.m. on State Road 47 near County Road 1200 East. A Sheriff's spokesman says for unknown reasons, a van driven by 78-year-old Larry...
An Indianapolis mother was sentenced Friday to 60 years in the death of her two-year-old daughter. 24-year-old Brittney Massey will spend 56 years behind bars and four years on probation. This follows the death of her daughter Destinee who, according to court documents, was...
An Indianapolis daycare operator has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for drugging children in her home daycare. Stephanie Gribble pleaded guilty to six counts of neglect of a dependant. Four kids who attended Gribble's "Stay and Play" were hospitalized on February 12th of...
President Obama at Ivy Tech in Indy (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) President Obama made what has become a standard stump speech of late, talking to a small crowd in Indianapolis about ideas he says would help middle class taxpayers. In his first visit to Indianapolis since 2011,...