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Governor Mike Pence is calling on Indiana's congressional lawmakers to block the EPA's proposed regulations on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. In a letter to the Indiana Congressional Delegation, the Governor says the state has a 300-year supply of coal which fuels...
An Indianapolis criminal defense attorney says violent criminal behavior can often be linked to income inequality. Jack Crawford has worked in Indianapolis for more than 25 years. He says the American Dream is a pipe dream for many who have no hope for their lives. Consequently...
Indianapolis area radio stations are joining those calling for unity against violence. Indy United on the Circle is a rally in support of public safety and law enforcement. This follows the tragic shooting death of IMPD Officer Perry Renn. Emmis Communications Senior VP Charlie...
About 40 Indiana craft brewers and wineries will be the first to serve alcohol at the State Fair in nearly 70 years. The fair began accepting applications for the new wine and beer garden in the fairgrounds' Grand Hall last month, three months after legislators lifted a...
(wibc.com file photo) In a quick hearing, the State Ethics Commission voted to accept a $5,000 fine against former state school Superintendent Tony Bennett, a fine Bennett agreed to pay. Bennett agreed to the fine after Inspector General David Thomas found in a report that...
A murder charge has been filed against 25-year old Major Davis Jr. in the shooting death of IMPD Officer Perry Renn. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says his office has also filed a request for enhancement of any ultimate sentence based upon the use of a firearm in the...
The city is gearing up to honor for slain IMPD officer Perry Renn. Public viewing for the 51-year-old police veteran will is set to begin Thursday at 2 p.m. at Crown Hill Cemetery Funeral home. The closed casket calling will run from two until eight pm. The funeral is set Friday...
A troubled Indianapolis high school could find out before the end of the month whether it will even open for the upcoming school year. The State Board of Education voted to create a task force to keep Arlington High School open for the 2014-15 school year, with a possible...
Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police President Bill Owensby says community involvement and a tax hike to pay for more officers are currently the best ways to reduce crime. Owensby says he doesn't understand how upwards of eight people were shot in Broad Ripple last Saturday...