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Indiana school buses might feature ads next year under a proposal added to the state budget. The Senate unanimously endorsed a pilot program allowing three Indianapolis-area schools to sell ads on their buses last year, but the proposal was deleted during negotiations with the...
Marion County's nine small-claims judges would become full-time judges in 2018 under a bill set for a vote Wednesday in the House. The bill includes several provisions the Indiana Supreme Court has sought since 2012 to give the township courts greater independence, and counter...
Indianapolis city and civic leaders released the "Your Life Matters Task Force Strategic Plan" Tuesday. The 18-month plan addresses issues involving young African-American males caught in the system and often involved with crime. The plan is due Wednesday to the Obama...
The United Steelworkers have filed a complaint against IU Health with the National Labor Relations Board, saying a nurse was fired for trying to help organize a union. The formal charges from the union were filed on behalf of three nurses. Among them is Lacie Little, who was...
Nearly 340 new jobs will be available by 2020 when a Chicago-based social media monitoring software company locates to downtown Indianapolis. Geofeedia will invest $2.9 million to lease and equip a 9,200 square-foot office at 55 Monument Circle, located in the Circle Tower...
The Whitestown Town Council is considering a new ordinance aimed at protecting LGBT residents from discrimination. The proposal to pass an anti-discrimination ordinance comes just weeks after Gov. Mike Pence approved Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Indiana's RFRA...
The Senate is backtracking on plans to authorize new hunting preserves in Indiana. Last week, the Senate appeared ready to vote on a bill clamping regulations on Indiana's four high-fence hunting preserves, and any new ones. But on a voice vote, senators have instead moved to...
(image courtesy of RTV6) The head of the police union in Indianapolis joined several City-County Council members in calling for an override of the mayor's veto of funding for police equipment. Mayor Greg Ballard vetoed Proposition 47, which was approved by the council in late...
INDOT is kicking off its spring cleaning this week. INDOT Spokesman Nathan Riggs says crews all over the state are getting the help of volunteers for their big "Trash Bash" campaign this month. Riggs says much of the trash crews and volunteers clean up comes from folks who...