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Brandon Chamberlain (photo courtesy Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police arrested a Huntingburg man Tuesday morning after a crash September 24 that left one woman dead and another injured. The crash happened on State Road 162 north of Ferdinand when Brandon Chamberlain, 24...
House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) House Republicans say they'll seek to beef up education funding while maintaining a balanced budget in next year's legislative session. Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) says final funding proposals...
Shot from the Rosetta spacecraft about 16 km from the comet (photo courtesy ESA/Rosetta/Philae/CIVA) If all goes well, a spacecraft will land on a comet for the first time less than a month from now. The Rosetta spacecraft was built and launched by the European Space Agency,...
Angie's List announced a $40 million expansion today. Co-founder Angie Hicks says the services marketplace firm is expanding its headquarters just east of downtown Indianapolis. She says the expansion will create 1,000 new jobs while moving another 800 jobs from various...
Dozens are recovering as police continue their investigation after a double-decker bus crash on I-65 early Tuesday morning. It happened around 5:00 a.m. when the bus, going from Georgia to Chicago, lost control attempting to avoid another crash. The bus was carrying about 50...
The Indianapolis City-County Council approved Monday night the $1 billion 2015 budget for the city of Indianapolis and Marion County. The budget passed with little debate but Democratic Councilor Angela Mansfield expressed concern that the budget doesn't adequately fund certain...
(photo courtesy Indiana State Police) One person is dead and another slightly injured after a crash Sunday night in Grant County. Indiana State Police say the crash happened around 10:00 near 8300 East and County Road 200 North. The driver, Luke Boughman, 19, was driving...
The Indianapolis City-County Council approved a proposal Monday to borrow $70 million in IndyRoads Revenue Bonds for street improvements, but only half of that amount will be spent. The council approved a second proposal, by a vote of 23-6, which appropriates $35 million to fund...
Some members of the City County Council will try to stop proposed deer hunts at an Indianapolis park. Last month, the city's Parks and Recreation Board approved limited hunts to thin out the deer population at Eagle Creek Park, with supporters of the plan saying much of the park...