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(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Indiana's dairy farmers have unveiled their annual artistic contribution to the State Fair: a sculpture made of cheese. Sarah Kaufmann used three-quarters of a ton of Indiana-made yellow and white cheddar for a sculpture depicting six kids bicycling...
The state school superintendent has settled with the maker of ISTEP over problems with last year's exam, but the way the State Board of Education found out about the settlement might cause more problems. State Superintendent Glenda Ritz surprised the board with the announcement...
(file photo) An assistant fire chief was killed and another firefighter was hurt in a large fire Tuesday night in northern Indiana. 41-year old Jamie Middlebrook of the New Carlisle Fire Department was inside the K-Fex Excavating and Trucking building setting up equipment when...
IPS Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee in a preschool class at Eliza Blaker School (WIBC.com photo: Ray Steele) The Superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools supports the mayor's plan to expand preschool to more low income children. After paying a visit to a preschool class at...
The attorney for an Indianapolis woman charged with attempted murder after her newborn baby was found alive in a trash can says her mental health will be the big issue in her court case. Chadwick Hill says he's assessing the state of mind of 22-year-old Briana Holland. Holland...
The city of Gary's version of the annual National Night Out last night was a lot like other cities.... but still different. It was dedicated to the memory of fallen Patrolman Jeffery Westerfield, who was killed while on duty on July 6th, which was his 47th birthday. His eldest...
(image courtesy of Planned Parenthood) Supporters of the new law requiring abortion doctors to have hospital admitting privileges don't believe that rulings against similar laws in other states will change anything in Indiana. The state's law requiring doctors who perform...
Indiana hog farmers are taking precautions against another round of a virus that wiped out five-percent of the nation's pigs last winter. Cases of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus have declined with warmer weather, but the State Fair still screened all hogs for symptoms last week...
A new study finds that Indiana families will be adversely affected by Governor Mike Pence's plan to expand Medicaid in the state. According to the study published by Federalism in Action and State Policy Network, Medicaid expansion will have several economic consequences in...