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After pushing through a bill to require mental health assessments for service members, one Indiana Senator is following up with more bills designed to keep military veterans from taking their own lives. Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly introduced three bills that he says all have...
The Indianapolis Department of Public Safety says a Toronto-based firm has bought the company that provides computer aided dispatch software and records management services for departments like IMPD and IFD. Constellation Software now owns InterAct 911 Public Safety Systems...
A new Ball State University study finds that Indiana's meth battle may be costly in other ways. The Center for Business and Economic Research finds that the yearly cost of trying to reduce access to pseudoephedrine - a big ingredient used to make methampetamine - could cost into...
Nancy Jasper (photo courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) A custodian at Hamilton Heights Primary School in Arcadia was arrested Tuesday on drug charges. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office says 52-year-old Nancy Teresa Jasper of Cicero worked as a night custodian at the...
Vendors have been chosen to administer standardized tests to Indiana students for the next two years, and there is a big number on the price tag. State Superintendent Glenda Ritz says the contracts will cost the state $133 million, and in the email announcing the awards, she...
(WIBC.com photo: Mike Corbin) Pre-K education is now a bigger deal in Indianapolis. Mayor Greg Ballard signed ordinances into law that provide more than $20 million in public-private funding for five years for some 1300 at risk youngsters in Marion County. The Mayor signed the...
(photo courtesy Indiana State Police) Two people are dead after fog-related crashes on Interstate 65 in White County. Indiana State Police say a total of 22 vehicles were involved in the crashes. The first crash involved a car and semi. The driver of the car, 22-year-old Angel...
(photo courtesy San Francisco 49ers) The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday the team has agreed to terms with running back Frank Gore. Gore, who was an unrestricted free agent, will join the Colts after playing with the San Francisco 49ers for ten seasons. He earned five Pro...
Representative Justin Moed (D, Indianapolis) (image courtesy of the Statehouse File) Democratic Representative Justin Moed apologized for his sexting, but he also called it a "private matter" and asked for it to be treated as such. Moed issued a four-sentence apology through his...