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The city of Bloomington now has a new mayor. John Hamilton began his term as mayor of Bloomington at a swearing-in ceremony Friday. The man who had the job for the last 12 years decided to not seek reelection, but is proud of his legacy. Mark Kruzan says even before he came into...
A woman's rant on the Downtown Indianapolis Kilroy's Facebook page about her awful experience over the weekend, has garnered the popular bar international attention and will probably lead to an increase in business. The woman posted about her New Years’ experience at the bar...
Police have offered some insight into what was first reported as a home invasion in Broad Ripple early this morning. As it turns out it was a case of mistaken identity that involved a bad roommate, a prostitute, and a miffed pimp. Police have said the incident started when a man...
Classes resume today at schools in Plainfield, even though a person making threats online still hasn’t been caught. There will be extra police at Plainfield High School and other schools as students go back to school following the holiday break. That break began one day early...
The General Assembly returns Tuesday for a short and potentially tumultuous session. Legislators have just 10 weeks to complete their work, in a session expected to be dominated by the debate over granting civil rights protections to gays and lesbians. They'll also debate...
The looming legislative debate over road funding will involve not just how to pay for it, but whether to seek a short-term or long-term solution. Governor Pence has proposed a billion dollars in road funding over four years. But House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) has...
It was a very good year for the 93 WIBC News department, since we got to launch our own program, The 10 At 10. Even though we choose what we believe are the ten most compelling news stories each day, narrowing down the top 15 for the year 2015 wasn't easy - one notable omission...
Indianapolis' new Mayor Joe Hogsett says the Circle City faces numerous challenges. Hogsett was officially sworn in by U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Walton Pratt Friday. After taking the oath, Hogsett says he'll work on both sides of the political aisle. He says the city faces...
The new year marks the end of several Indiana tax breaks. Indiana begins taxing police reward money and lottery winnings this year. Until now, lottery jackpots were taxed only if you won more than 12-hundred dollars. Legislators abolished little-used tax credits for historic...