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Mike's Carwash, a ubiquitous name locally for decades, will change its name in central Indiana as it undergoes a reorganization that will split the company in two. The company announced Friday morning that the two brothers who own the chain, Bill Dahm and Mike Dahm, are going...
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz at the Boots & Books display at the Indiana State Fair (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) The rift between the State Board of Education and the State Superintendent likely isn't going away. But the superintendent says the problems have less to do...
(photo courtesy Westfield Fire Department) A Westfield Police officer was taken to the hospital Thursday evening after a fire at a home being used as a daycare facility. Westfield Fire Department Chief Joe Lyons says firefighters were called shortly before 6:00 p.m. to the home...
Indiana Congressional Reps. Andre Carson and Susan Brooks say they're working "across the aisle" and with Mayor Greg Ballard to address the city's growing crime problem. This after the Mayor announced his multi-pronged, anti-crime plan that calls for significant spending on...
(photo courtesy Indiana State Police) Indiana State Police arrested a Terre Haute couple Thursday on allegations of animal neglect. State Police say the investigation began June 2 when they received a tip about possible animal neglect at a home in Coal City, located in Owen...
State Fair visitors look over a selection of children's books from the "Books and Boots" program. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) The Indiana National Guard is getting ready to launch a second year of helping Hoosier students learn to read. 120 Guardsmen volunteer an hour-and-a-...
The NCAA Division 1 Board of Directors has restructured how schools and conferences will govern themselves. A 16-2 vote adopted the model that the NCAA says is designed to give student-athletes a vote on when decisions are made. The number of conferences of the five largest...
The Center for Inquiry applauds a "settlement" in the dispute over marriage ceremonies performed by secular celebrants. But that appears to be a misunderstanding. The Indiana Attorney General's office says no settlement has been reached. Spokesman Bryan Corbin says the U.S...
Some engineering students from Indiana have found a way to use trash to build stronger houses in Haiti, if they can get funding for the project. The eight students as Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology researched Haiti as part of the school's summer Grand Challenge courses,...