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257,000. That's the number of new jobs the U.S economy created in the January. That figure is slightly higher than many had estimated and for some, eases concerns about the pace of economic growth. The January unemployment rate is 5.7%. Ball State University economist Dr. Mike...
In the wake of the massive Anthem data breach, the Indiana Attorney General's Office says Hoosiers can protect their credit information. Spokesman Bryan Corbin says consumers can place a "credit freeze" or security freeze on their credit reports. It's a way to block identity...
(photo courtesy Wayne Township Fire Department) One man is dead after a fire Thursday evening at a west side apartment complex. Wayne Township Fire Department Capt. Mike Pruitt says firefighters were called around 8:30 p.m. to the Addison Creek on Rockville apartments, formerly...
(photo courtesy IFD) Two people were slightly injured Thursday afternoon after a two-car crash ended with one of the cars collided with a house. Indianapolis Fire Department Capt. Rita Reith says crews were called to the 100 block of West 73rd Street shortly before 5:00...
The Johnson County Sheriff's Office arrested a man Tuesday in connection with the theft of items from a model home in Greenwood. Deputies were called to the home in the 1100 block of Kristi Court, near County Line and Railroad Roads, on February 1 and met with a representative...
President Obama announced his free community college plan on YouTube last month (image courtesy of the White House) President Obama makes his first visit to Indianapolis in almost four years on Friday. Obama is scheduled to appear at Ivy Tech Community College, which means one...
House Speaker Brian Bosma says a quarter-billion-dollar price tag to streamline a tax exemption for manufacturers is likely to kill that proposal. Bosma says the Pence administration estimated a cost of $35 million to eliminate the so-called "double direct" rule. The figure from...
Indianapolis attorney Irwin Levin says he's filing a class action lawsuit against Anthem. This following the Indy-based health insurer's announcement about that huge data breach. Anthem says the breach compromised the personal information of tens of millions of its customers and...
The Senate may vote next week to change the way municipal power companies, rural electric cooperatives, and investor-owned utilities fight for the same customers. 72 Indiana cities and towns run their own electric utility. If they annex territory served by a private power...