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The state office that represents consumers' dealings with utilities doesn't believe Indianapolis Power and Light should be allowed to raise rates. The Office of the Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) filed written testimony opposing a proposed IPL rate increase to help fund start...
(photo courtesy RTV6) Police are investigating after a man and a woman were found dead in a garage apartment Friday afternoon on the city's southwest side. Officers were called around 1:30 p.m. to the 700 block of South Bancroft Street on a report that two people were dead...
Activists on both sides of the gay-marriage issue have been awaiting a federal judge's ruling on whether Indiana's ban on those unions is constitutional. If it isn't, the next question will be when that ruling takes effect. Judges in several states have thrown out gay-marriage...
Third District Congressman Marlin Stutzman says he's confident the new majority whip will address issues that pulled Stutzman into the whip race himself. Stutzman acknowledges he was surprised at Louisiana Republican Steve Scalise's first-ballot victory in a three-way race --...
The 2013 Purple Stride (Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Indianapolis chapter) A group is trying to get as many people as it can to run or walk for a cure for pancreatic cancer tomorrow (Saturday) morning. Indianapolis is hosting one of the many Purple Stride events across the...
Ball State University's provost will serve as interim president of the Muncie school for one month. Ball State's Board of Trustees announced that Terry King, who also serves as vice president of academic affairs, would serve in the president's chair from July 1 until August 1...
Indiana's unemployment rate held steady for at 5.7% for the month of May. The Department of Workforce Development says that's because some two-thousand unemployed Hoosiers rejoined the labor force and resumed their search for work. Department of Workforce Development Spokesman...
A new report shows that Indiana leads the country in teenage driver deaths, and a trauma doctor says many of them are preventable. Overall, Indiana was in the middle of the pack in the survey of the best and worst states for teen drivers put together by the survey company Wallet...
Ken Campbell (photo courtesy RTV6) Boone County Sheriff Ken Campbell is stepping down amid misconduct allegations. The Sheriff's Department says Campbell has been the target of a joint investigation by the Boone County-Hamilton County Drug Task Force and the FBI. The...