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Sue Ellspermann (left) with Gov. Mike Pence (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann is officially out of a job. Ellspermann gaveled the Senate to order for the final time, and delivered the invocation, a task normally reserved for a senator. Her...
A contractor was killed in an accident at an IPL facility. Indianapolis Power & Light says the death occurred Wednesday morning in Martinsville at the Eagle Valley plant. IPL is building a new combined-cycle gas turbine power station there. IPL spokeswoman Brandi Davis-Handy...
Shana Taylor (IMPD photo) Indianapolis Public Schools may have violated state law requiring suspected child abuse and neglect be reported immediately. Court records released Wednesday show Longfellow Alternative School officials were made aware of sexual abuse allegations...
Gov. Mike Pence (center) after meeting with Carrier executives. (wibc.com photo: Eric Berman) Governor Pence says Carrier and United Technologies will keep 400 executive and research jobs in Indiana, but says the state's still trying to save 21-hundred jobs from moving to Mexico...
John Mangus (RTV6/Delaware Co. Sheriff's Office) Police say a Delaware County woman and her daughter are lucky to be alive after a criminal entered their home by pretending to be an officer. John Mangus, 45, was arrested on preliminary charges of impersonating a police officer,...
Shannon Kitchens (Hancock Co. Sheriff's Office) A man's body appears to have been dumped along a roadside in Hancock County. The body was discovered Tuesday evening along County Road 500 North near the Indianapolis Regional Airport. Captain Jeff Rasche with the Hancock County...
About 400 members of the United Steelworkers Union District 7 came to Indianapolis from all over the state Tuesday morning. They met at the Sheraton downtown for a meeting with the members of the union, then marched to the Statehouse. The march is for "Bad Trade Kills Good Jobs...
(image courtesy of Facebook/Ashley Howard) The Catholic Bishop of Gary isn't happy with what some have said was racism from students at a high school basketball game. Last Friday, pictures were posted on Facebook from the finals of a Catholic school tournament between Andrean...
More cases of the mumps are being reported on the I-U Bloomington campus. At least eight cases have now been confirmed. Mumps cases have also been confirmed at other Indiana colleges. However, at this point, health officials say there does not appear to be any connection between...