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(image courtesy of Kira Kazantzev - Instagram) Want Miss America to make pancakes for you? She might at an IHOP in Indy Thursday morning. Kira Kazantzev will take two hours out of her year-long reign to make and serve pancakes at the IHOP near Eagle Creek (6901 West 38th Street...
Willie Wilson (photo courtesy IMPD) An Indianapolis man, Willie Wilson, has been charged with the murder of his infant son. Wilson told police the baby was taken from him by a man and woman who robbed him in an alley in late August. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says...
The nativity scene outside the Frankin Co. Courthouse that led to a lawsuit in 2014 (wibc.com file photo) A bill to give public schools legal protection to hold Christmas parties, as well as allow certain religious displays on public property, is making its way through the...
The Indianapolis Housing Agency and Eskenazi Health are helping public housing residents get signed up for healthcare. They're holding a series of open enrollment events complete with navigators to help them understand the ins and outs of the Affordable Care Act. They held one...
Governor Pence (left) among those testifying before a Congressional Committee (image courtesy of Office of the Governor) Two days before President Obama comes to Indianapolis to talk about free community college, Governor Pence went to Washington to say Indiana could be a model...
Power companies and environmental groups are gearing up for a fight over a bill to change how customers are billed for solar power. Customers now get an offset on their bills if they generate their own electricity through solar panels or other renewables. Utilities argue those...
Tourism continues to be tops in Indiana. A new report shows that travel, hospitality and tourism remain the sixth largest industry in the state. The Indiana Office of Tourism Development says the industry supported more than 187,000 jobs and pumps $10.3 billion in revenue to...
House Republicans are pushing to double state funding to counter domestic violence. Governor Pence has proposed an extra million dollars for anti-domestic violence efforts. A House committee has unanimously recommended a $5 million increase, plus $2 million more for victims of...
The Senate will try to revive a bid to require Indiana high school students to pass the same test immigrants take to gain citizenship. The House Education Committee took testimony last month on a bill to require a civics test for graduation, but didn't vote -- skeptics note...