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Chester Irons and Ronald Johnson (photos courtesy Marion County Sheriff's Department) Two inmates in Marion County were released earlier this month due to an error during the transition to new case management systems. 22-year-old Chester Irons was originally arrested on June 7...
Indiana is asking a federal appeals court to reverse a ruling ordering the state to recognize one lesbian couple's Massachusetts marriage. Federal Judge Richard L. Young hasn't ruled on a bundle of challenges to Indiana's gay marriage ban, but he issued a preliminary order six...
The state of Indiana has kicked off its Voter List Refresh Project. Secretary of State Connie Lawson says Hoosier voters are getting postcards in the mail. The postcards ask folks to confirm or update their voter information. The overall goal is to update voter registration...
Gov. Mike Pence (WIBC.com file photo) Governor Pence says he'll seek money in next year's budget to back up his push for more vocational education in Indiana schools. Last year, legislators unanimously enacted Pence's call for a state career council to coordinate school...
(file photo: Hamilton County Jail) Colts owner Jim Irsay will go on trial just over a week before his team opens the NFL season. A trial date of Thursday, August 28 was set by the Hamilton County Superior Court after Irsay waived a preliminary hearing on charges stemming from...
Walmart is planning to open a new 1.2 million square foot facility in Plainfield and add more than 300 jobs by 2016. “When the world’s largest companies consider where to grow, Indiana is skyrocketing to the top of the location list,” said Governor Mike Pence. “Walmart would be...
Indiana cities are finding that quality of life issues are becoming a huge factor in economic development. And that is a big topic for local officials as they gather for the annual Indiana Conference of Mayors. Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski says many people are choosing their...
Video of depositions regarding more possible BMV overcharges have now been released. RTV-6 obtained video that shows former BMV employee Matthew Foley, testifying that he told many different superiors at the BMV about the overcharges. Instead of working to correct the...
An Indiana legal expert says the game isn't over. But Professor Gary Roberts, Dean Emeritus of the IU McKinney School of Law, says the Washington Redskins are closer to giving up the name that many see as racist. The US Patent and Trademark Office has ruled that the Redskins...