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Latitude 360 in Indy and Jacksonville is closed (image courtesy of RTV6) Latitude 360 offered bowling amongst many other activities. Today, customers got a 7-10 split if they attempted to go inside their northside Indy location. The entertainment venue offering bowling, movies,...
Students in the top 20% of their high school class could get a near-full ride to college if they agree to become teachers, under a bill proposed by House Republicans. The bill aimed at teacher shortages is a key piece of House Republicans' agenda for the new session. Speaker...
Sen. Travis Holdman (right) has introduced another civil rights bill, which excludes the transgendered community (wibc.com file photo) The 'T' in LGBT would essentially be removed from a new civil rights bill to be considered by state lawmakers. Sen. Travis Holdman (R-Markle)...
Two-million Hoosiers will pay less to the BMV under a proposed overhaul of a convoluted fee structure. The BMV and legislators have been reviewing title and registration fees after lawsuits revealed thousands of overcharges and undercharges. General counsel Adam Krupp boasts the...
Senate Democrats have joined the road funding debate with a proposal to help local governments raise more money. Democrats are supporting a smaller version of a Republican plan to tap a local reserve fund for an immediate shot of cash -- they're proposing 245-million dollars...
Mayor Joe Hogsett met with area superintendents for his first time as mayor, and has offered some insight to areas of concern they will all be working on. This was the first chance Mayor Hogsett has had to sit down with Superintendents from the various districts in and around...
Legislators say a 20-point drop in the ISTEP passing rate is about what they expected after the transition to new state standards. Legislators are rushing through bills to shield school accountability grades and teacher pay from being punished for score drops based on a switch...
ISTEP scores plummeted as expected, though unlike previous years, the scores probably will mean nothing in the end. The Department of Education says passing rates for both the math and language portions of the standardized test dropped by more than 20-percentage points in 2015,...
Conventions are a huge part of what helps sell Indianapolis to visitors every year--with Gen Con typically being the biggest draw. It was last year’s controversial RFRA law that caused trouble between the city and Gen Con operators...a matter that has since been smoothed over...