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While state officials called it a victory for "the basic principle of federalism", a Supreme Court ruling against the EPA will likely not mean a reduction in the regulation of coal power plants in Indiana. The Court ruled 5-to-4 on Monday against the EPA's interpretation of the...
The revised RebuildIndy 2 proposal has been officially introduced to the Indianapolis City-County Council. The proposal makes some changes to Mayor Ballard's original RebuildIndy 2 plan. Republican City-County Councilor Mike McQuillen says the length of the bond term goes from...
Indiana State Police are struggling with a lack of information in a shooting that has left two men dead in Orange County. Nicholas Fields, 56 and Cory Harris, 25 died of gunshot wounds. Daniel Smitson, 29 remains hospitalized. The victims were found near a mobile home in Paoli...
(photo courtesy RTV6) Sam Jones Expressway was shut down after a serious crash during Monday's evening rush hour. The Wayne Township Fire Department confirmed via Twitter that three people were injured in the crash near Bradbury Avenue. Officials said the crash happened when an...
Indiana University and Methodist Hospitals are considering merging their Indianapolis campus facilities. Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Curtwright says a team of 18 doctors and five administrators is currently reviewing what a University Hospital and Methodist campus merger...
Indiana moved this year to slash its corporate income tax rate to the second-lowest in the nation. But small businesses which don't benefit from that change say there have still been plenty of changes that do help them. Three-quarters of Indiana small businesses pay their taxes...
An Indiana psychologist says insecurity may be fueling the selfie craze. This following a survey that finds that at least half of Americans edit or enhance selfies that they post online. Dr. Greg Sipes says "we're all insecure and self critical." The survey finds that 70% of...
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a small victory to Indiana's coal burning power plants by blocking the Obama administration from imposing certain restrictions on greenhouse gases. The Court ruled 5-to-4 that the Environmental Protection Agency cannot change the emissions threshold...
A new survey says one in four Americans have no emergency savings. The Bankrate survey says sixty-seven percent have less than the recommended six months of emergency savings. The percentage of Americans with three months in emergency savings declined from 45 to 40 percent. Ball...