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The image of Hunter-Reay's face is the 101st image on the trophy. (photo courtesy INDYCAR) This year's winner of the Indianapolis 500 now has his face on the Borg Warner Trophy. Ryan Hunter-Reay edged out Helio Castroneves to win the race in the second-closest finish in Indy 500...
The State Board of Education will take more time before deciding whether more schools might be able to take advantage of using the web to help avoid snow make-up days. The board asked the Department of Education to gather more data on the use of e-learning before the next State...
Governor Mike Pence contends that President Obama's immigration reform by executive order is unconstitutional. Pence is directing Attorney General Greg Zoeller to make Indiana a plaintiff in the lawsuit already joined by 17 other states, challenging the President's order. Pence...
A top Indiana sexual assault and crisis intervention specialist says it's not uncommon for people to report sexual assaults even decades after they allegedly occurred. Morris is a clinical associate and counselor for Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis. He didn't want...
Next year will mark the end of the 10-year highway-building blitz financed by the Toll Road lease, and INDOT is scouting for new funding sources. Commissioner Karl Browning says INDOT's primary focus will shift from building new roads to maintaining existing ones. But he warns...
44-year-old Robert Butler, President of the Butler Automotive Group in Indianapolis, is pleading not guilty to charges of drunk driving causing serious bodily injury. Indiana State Police say Butler was the driver of a car that hit a parked vehicle on the shoulder of Interstate...
(image courtesy of State Board of Education) The State Board of Education could be taking more control of the process of turning around failing schools away from the Department of Education. After a long discussion that included frequent sniping between state Superintendent...
A new IUPUI study calls it the "new face of poverty." IUPUI Professor Dr. Douglas Noonan says they've found that poverty rates in Indiana are now worse than before the recent Great Recession. Noonan says one in eleven Hoosiers lived in poverty about a decade ago, but now that...
Some Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers will soon be wearing body cameras. Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says Indianapolis is one of the first cities in the nation to pilot a program beginning December 15th. Riggs says about five patrol officers - including...