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With oil prices climbing again and refineries entering maintenance season, one expert says don't expect gas prices to fall again. Gasbuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says oil prices are back above $50 a barrel. He says believe it or not, refineries are also...
What is being called a rally for public education could perhaps be more accurately called a rally for the state superintendent. This afternoon's rally at the north atrium of the Statehouse was organized primarily by the two teacher unions, though other groups who generally favor...
The first draft of a balanced-budget amendment to Indiana's constitution is ready for a committee hearing in the Senate. Governor Pence called for a balanced-budget amendment in his State of the State address. The constitution currently prohibits going into debt, but Tax and...
It'll be a two-year process to streamline a complex roster of motor-vehicle fees that Governor Pence has blamed for repeated BMV overcharges. House Roads and Transportation Chairman Ed Soliday says there are more than 1,200 motor-vehicle fees, many of which are either obsolete...
It’s going to be a blustery cold night around central Indiana with a Wind Chill Advisory starting tonight and lasting through Sunday morning. The National Weather Service says that Wind Chill values will range from 15 to 20 degrees below zero. The advisory starts at 7pm and goes...
One person is dead after a shooting Friday night on the city's near northwest side. IMPD officers were called shortly before 9:00 to the 1200 block of West 32nd Street and found an unidentified man with at least one apparent gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced dead at the...
The last person to see a missing Bloomfield woman is found stabbed to death. Indiana State Police are investigating the murder of 22-year-old DJ “Douglas” Lockhart. Detectives were called to 332 South Lewis Street in Bloomfield Thursday at just before 7:00 p.m. Lockhart was...
Sunday is the deadline to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace. Georgiana Reynal with St. Vincent says if you don't have health insurance through your employer or other state or federal programs like Medicare, the federal marketplace is a great resource...
IMPD homicide detectives arrested a man Friday for the November 2014 deaths of two teenagers on the city's east side. Police say Juwan Ellis fatally shot 18-year-old Robert Young and 17-year-old Deonte Butler in the 2800 block of Freeman Drive, near 30th Street and Post Road, on...