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The hometown of a spaceflight pioneer will celebrate his life as well as one of his most important flights. Spring Mill State Park in Mitchell is hosting a series of events for the 50th anniversary of Gemini 3 , which featured Mitchell native Gus Grissom. "Gus had the dedication...
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath says the test of Governor Pence's call to beef up the Department of Child Services won't be what ends up in the budget, but whether it gets spent. Pence quickly embraced an independent review's recommendation this week to hire nearly 120 new...
Amazon plans to fill more than 700 full-time positions at its fulfillment center in Whitestown, Ind. The full-time hourly positions will pick, pack and ship customer orders. Amazon is hiring in order to meet growing customer demand. “The positive effects of the jobs Amazon has...
Charges are being filed in juvenile court against a 14-year-old in connection with a beating that gained national attention through YouTube. The attack took place Saturday in Brookside Park in Indianapolis, and video of Chrishanna Anye’ Bell attacking another girl and the girl's...
The Senate wil begin consideration of the proposed common construction wage repeal in the next week or two. Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) says he's held up the prevailing wage bill while soliciting ideas from senators in both parties on whether to move...
The Indy Eleven has mobilized its fan club for a statehouse rally to push for funding help for a new stadium. More than 100 fans in Indy Eleven red and blue mingled with the team's players, and cheered for team owner Ersal Ozdemir as he argued the Eleven's fan base should keep...
Two Indianapolis men have been found guilty of numerous fraud and bribery charges in the Land Bank fraud scheme. 31-year-old Reginald Walton and 48-year-old David Johnson face upwards of ten years in prison. This following their two-week trial before U.S. District Judge William...
((Photo: IPL VP Joe Bentley and CEO Kelly Huntington)) Indianapolis Power and Light officials say the "condition and health" of underground cables and the snowy winter may be behind an underground blast this morning at North and Capitol. The incident caused manhole covers to fly...
(image courtesy of Twitter) Despite billboards to the contrary, it looks as if there will not be an announcement on whether the Rolling Stones will be coming to Indianapolis. There have been reports for weeks that the Stones were planning another tour and that it would include a...