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Indiana and the city of South Bend are wading into a redistricting case set for oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. The justices will decide whether states can draw legislative districts based on the number of registered voters, rather than the total population...
The nation's November unemployment report is out. Ball State University economist Dr. Mike Hicks calls it quote, "the most unambiguously positive on record." November unemployment held at 5.0% with employers adding 211,000 jobs. Also September and October numbers were revised...
(WIBC.com file photo) Indy's largest convention is expanding. Next year's GenCon game convention will sprawl from the convention center into Lucas Oil Stadium. The convention had been talking with Indianapolis about an expansion before putting those discussions on hold during...
Hoosiers can expect to see increases in credit card and house payments thanks to a looming rise in interest rates. Bankrate.com's Mark Hamrick says the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates by one-quarter-of-one-percent at its last meeting of 2015 later this month...
Over the holiday season- families will be traveling the roads to visit family, shopping and, of course, there are all the parties. However, statistics show that December is a very dangerous month for drunk driving fatal accidents and each year hundreds of families are left...
((Photo by: KCAL/KCBS)) An Indiana-based international security and terrorism expert is speaking out on the San Bernardino shooting tragedy. Peter Beering says preventing such incidents requires a multi-layered, comprehensive response that involves various segments of society...
The developer of apartments along Indy's downtown canal is awaiting approval of a tax abatement to expand. Investment Property Advisors wants to add 15,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space near the 9 on Canal Apartments, at 9th and Saint Clair. IPA's Chase Sorrick says...
Indy Chamber president Michael Huber (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Nearly 150 businesses are joining forces with advocates of new civil rights protections for gays and lesbians. The business coalition Indiana Competes will lobby for an anti-discrimination bill in the upcoming...
Shortly before 8:00 p.m., Tuesday evening, an IMPD on-duty detective was stopped at the intersection of Stop 11 Road and South Emerson Avenue awaiting the stop light to change. As the detective was awaiting the light to change a vehicle, for an unknown reason, struck the rear of...