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(file photo courtesy Indiana Toll Road) Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety has released it's 12th annual report card grading all states on their basic highway safety laws. The group states over 32,000 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2013, a decrease of 3% from...
Three owners of statewide restaurant chains have pleaded guilty to failing to report $22.7 million in sales. Marion and Tippecanoe County Prosecutors say Francisco Salgado, Jose Melendez and Abel Bustos have all pleaded guilty to numerous counts of theft dating back to at least...
The Pence Administration has unveiled a proposed new energy efficiency program calling on utilities to set conservation goals. Governor Pence promised a new efficiency plan after legislators repealed the old one last year, predicting its cost to consumers would double in five...
House Speaker Brian Bosma says he has no plans to amend an ethics reform bill to prohibit a committee chairman's new lobbying venture. Legislators are already banned from lobbying in Indiana. The ethics proposal would require them to disclose any lobbying in other states. Bosma...
The Transportation Security Administration is sending out a warning to air travelers today: Guns are not allowed in your carry on bags. This comes after authorities confiscated three guns, one loaded, from two passengers at Indianapolis International Airport Wednesday morning...
The message from dozens of Muslims at an Indianapolis rally was simple - terrorists acting in the name of Islam have nothing to do with Islam. Wednesday's "Not In My Name" rally at IUPUI's Democracy Plaza was organized by dozens of Muslim groups, from the Indiana Muslim Alliance...
It was a record-breaking year for tourism "gets" in the Circle City in 2014. VisitIndy Spokesman Chris Gahl says the city has booked 880,552 future hotel room nights and conventions to the tune of $815 million in future economic impact for the city. The previous record of 814,...
As colleges try to help the state meet its goal of 60-percent college completion, one school wanted to find out what businesses need colleges to provide in the way of employees. A email survey conducted by the Division of Continuing Studies at Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne (IPFW)...
A 2005 rape at IUPUI may lead to a change in Indiana's statute of limitations. Last year, a former teaching assistant at IUPUI walked into the Marion County sheriff's office and confessed to a sexual assault eight years earlier. But prosecutors couldn't charge him, because it...