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The snow was heavy in some places to the north and west, not so heavy around Indy. Still, the morning commute will be dicey in some places, and that will cause some school systems to at least delay classes. Get the updated list HERE from our news partners at RTV6. School...
Legislators are closer to an agreement on when police body-cam videos should be released. The Senate votes next week on a bill making those videos public unless police persuade a judge there's a specific reason it shouldn't be. Footage could be withheld if the court agrees it...
The Pence Administration is making a personal appeal to legislators to release more money for the Regional Cities Initiative. Legislators budgeted $84 million for Regional Cities grants, with the money to come from a tax amnesty. The amnesty raised more money than predicted, and...
Bob Leonard Jr. is guilty of all 51 counts in connection with the 2012 Richmond Hill Explosion, an Allen County jury ruled Wednesday. The verdict comes after five weeks of testimony brought by prosecutors. By contrast, Leonard's defense team used just 30 minutes and called only...
The House will take a swing at regulating big-money fantasy sports games, but key legislators still have misgivings. DraftKings and FanDuel have asked for state regulation to shield them from being labeled illegal gambling. Public Policy Chairman Tom Dermody (R-LaPorte) says he'...
Winter is back, if only briefly. Snow has begun in northwest Indiana, and the rain falling on central Indiana will change over to snow late this afternoon or early this evening. Some schools in north and northwest Indiana are closing early today. Check with our news gathering...
ISTEP could be one vote in the House away from the scrap heap. The Senate has joined the House in voting to abolish ISTEP. The vote was along party lines, but all sides agree it's time to replace the test -- Democrats voted no to support state school superintendent Glenda Ritz's...
Sen. Dan Coats (wibc.com file photo) Some of Indiana's top Republicans are against the Presidents plans to close GITMO. Senator Dan Coats and Congressman Todd Young are among those to speak out on the issue, as the President Obama looks to accomplish a promise he made shortly...
Greg Goodnight (wibc.com file photo) Kokomo could be the next city to strengthen civil rights for the LGBT community. Mayor Greg Goodnight used his State of the City speech to call for an anti-discrimination law based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The Democrat says...