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Paying off debt is a popular New Year’s Resolution--because it seems some people are interested in seizing the day than taking steps to improve their financial future. First, the greatest challenges surrounding getting out of debt are not necessarily related to keeping up with...
An Indiana Vaping trade and consumer advocacy group has filed a lawsuit against the state of Indiana for a law that is set to take effect in July of 2016. House Bill 1432 sets several new regulations for the makers of E-liquids, which Hoosiers Vapers, Inc says will hurt Indiana...
An historic bridge located in Paoli, Indiana was completely destroyed on Christmas after the driver of a tractor-trailer drove onto it. Mary Lambright ,23 was driving the semi carrying about 43-thousand pounds of bottled water at the time. Lambright told police she was planning...
There hasn't been a big rollout, but Governor Pence's legislative agenda for the upcoming session is essentially in place. Pence's centerpiece proposal will be his billion-dollar road funding plan, with about half that money requiring approval in the 2016 session. He's endorsed...
Indiana Congresswoman Susan Brooks says beating ISIS will require the U.S. to raise its game in cyberspace. ISIS is more focused on military conquest than al-Qaeda was, but has also proven more savvy about exploiting social media. She notes ISIS has been effective not just in...
Severe weather and tornadoes hit central Indiana Wednesday. Forecasters say an EF-1 tornado touched down in Greenwood and traveled for a quarter mile, damaging three homes and a veterinary hospital. The damage was reported by a National Weather Service employee at 3:42 p.m. near...
The Plainfield police department has opened up a new tip line for people that may have information in regards to recent threats in the area. Plainfield police say they created the tip line because of a heavy volume of calls to the communications center and private messages to...
(WIBC.com file photo: RTV6) Indiana isn't likely to alter its gun laws to satisfy objections from Virginia -- and it's not immediately clear what those objections are. Attorney General Mark Herring says a review of state gun laws concluded Indiana and 24 other states allow...
A state review concludes there's no evidence that the latest alleged glitch in the ISTEP test caused any significant problem. An anonymous letter to the Indiana Department of Education, claiming to be from an ex-employee of testmaker CTB-McGraw-Hill, charged that a computer...