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It's going to be easier for you to get rid of leftover prescriptions you don't need any more. 14 Indiana Walgreens have installed drop boxes for you to get rid of leftover prescription drugs. The metal boxes will be accessible during pharmacy hours. It's the first time Hoosiers...
Indiana is about to significantly expand broadband coverage. Ohio-based Agile Networks will pay the state $50 million for a 25-year lease on more than 300 unused cellphone towers. Founder Kyle Quillen says the company expects to finish the first phase of a new broadband network...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Donald Trump is doing very well in Indiana, said his campaign Tuesday, and they've got the results of a new Reuters poll to prove it, said a release from the campaign. The new poll says Trump and Gov. Mike Pence lead Clinton 56 to 32 percent, while the latest...
CARMEL, Ind. -- ITT Technical Institute is shutting down all of their campus locations permanently. The company made the announcement Tuesday morning: “It is with profound regret that we must report that ITT Educational Services, Inc. will discontinue academic operations at all...
(GREENFIELD) - A 70-year-old Hancock County man was killed Monday evening when a tree branch fell on him. The Hancock County Coroner says the man, who lives in the area and cuts wood on a regular basis, was cutting wood when the branch of a tree fell and struck him on the head...
INDIANAPOLIS - A man was arrested when he ran onto the governor's residence property while fleeing police Monday evening. Sources said the man was being chased by IMPD officers when he ran onto the property at 46 th and Meridian streets – at which point he was "very quickly"...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A busy weekend for IMPD and homicide detectives after several different shootings and two deaths were reported over the weekend across Indianapolis. The first shooting death was reported early Saturday morning before 1 a.m. Police say Jakoby Hughes, 22, was...
INDIANAPOLIS -- DISH Network customers will be getting their local TV channels back. Tribune Broadcasting and DISH have come to a long-term agreement for broadcast and redistribution. The companies did not disclose the terms of their agreement. In Indianapolis and surrounding...
(WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Labor Day used to be the unofficial start of election campaign season. Not any more. Political scientist Brian Vargus says until radio came along, campaigns didn't start until after Labor Day -- in 1888, he notes, Benjamin Harrison's "campaign...