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A top Indiana drug counselor is warning parents about one of the newest ways kids are getting high. Scott Watson of Heartland Intervention says some young people are getting high by literally drinking hand sanitizer. Watson says some kids may not be able to get traditional...
A pharmacy technician has lost her license after she was accused of stealing prescription drugs from CVS while she worked for the company. Kendra Bridge of Greenwood was fired by CVS in July after the company says she admitted to stealing almost 15,000 pills from seven different...
Indiana's second tax amnesty is underway. The Department of Revenue is sending notices to 260,000 taxpayers with unpaid taxes dating back more than two years, offering to waive penalties and interest if they'll pay what they owe. Commissioner Andrew Kossack says the state has...
Agents with the FBI are conducting a raid at the Carmel home of American Senior Communities CEO James Burkhart. The raid reportedly is connected with Health and Hospital Corporation and American Senior Communities, a nursing home operator. Those sources say they are conducting...
A top Indiana Middle East expert says removing Bashar al-Assad remains one of the best ways to address the Syrian refugee crises. Indiana University's Dr. Jamsheed Choksy says millions of Syrians will continue to flee their homeland bound for Europe and other places unless the...
Cummins in Columbus, among the businesses pushing for the LGBT anti-discrimination law (image courtesy of Cummins) Another Indiana city could approve civil rights protections for gays and lesbians this evening. The Columbus City Council is scheduled to take a final vote tonight...
An appeals court ruling that Marion County's system of electing judges is illegal leaves unanswered the question of what will replace it. For 40 years, Marion County has allowed Democrats and Republicans to each nominate half the year's Superior Court candidates, all but...
An Indiana based broadcasting company is selling its TV and Radio stations in a move that will make some waves in markets across the state. Schurz Communications announced on Monday that they have reached a deal to sell roughly two dozen TV and Radio stations to Gray Television...
Soccer is coming to Kokomo. Mayor Greg Goodnight and MKE Sports & Entertainment announced Monday that Kokomo Municipal Stadium has become host to the Premier Development League's 65th soccer team. Next May will kick off the as of yet unnamed team's inaugural season in Kokomo...