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INDIANAPOLIS -- Mike Pence has released his tax returns for the last ten tax years. A spokesman for the Republican vice presidential candidate says the documents show that Mike and Karen Pence have not profited from their years in public service "unlike the Clintons". A prepared...
L to R: New Augusta alumni Wesley McKinney, Paul Farris, Tamika Julkes, Danny Gronde, and teacher Mary Robison. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) If you were in elementary or middle school on 9/11, you're an adult today. Some of that generation's fifth graders recalled the...
Bradford Raths contributed to this report NOTE: At the bottom of this page you can hear what the protest sounded like INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Another major oil pipeline project is sparking protest, including in Indiana. This morning, a group representing the Standing Rock Sioux...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The country hasn't had an attack like 9/11 since it happened, but that doesn't mean we're safe from it, said Sen. Dan Coats. He said in an interview from his office in Washington that there are still people who want to get at the United States from outside and...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The federal government may be wasting your money by putting it into a secret fund, said Sen. Dan Coats on the Senate floor in D.C. Coats, chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, delivered his 49th Waste of the Week speech and highlighted how the Obama...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- The federal government gave the green light this week to low-interest loans to help Hoosiers affected by last month's tornadoes rebuild. The program will cover Howard and six surrounding counties. The maximum amount available to a person will be $240,000. If your...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A southeast side resident came upon a gruesome site this week: a cat cut completely in half. Kendra Eldridge says she's horrified about the cat, and worried about the number of missing pets in her neighborhood. She made the unnerving discovery on the side of the...
(WIBC.com photo: Indiana Office of Tourism Development) Indiana's Bicentennial torch has been lit and begun a 36-day run from the old statehouse to the new. Former First Lady Judy O'Bannon lit the torch in her hometown of Corydon, Indiana's first state capital. 2,200...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— The two beams, the gray wall, the eagle pointed toward New York and the World Trade Center replica benches that make up the Sept. 11 Memorial in Indianapolis may mean more to some Hoosiers than just remembering what happened on the morning of 9/11. More...