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A shakeup at the Indiana Department of Transportation. Governor Pence says in a statement that he's accepted INDOT Commissioner Karl Browning's resignation, effective immediately. The statement doesn't give a reason for Browning's exit nor the usual thanks for a departing agency...
The ISTEP exam will survive another year, after a legislative flirtation with replacing it. The Senate twice passed bills to get rid of ISTEP in favor of a shorter and cheaper national test, amid estimates, since scaled back, that a revised ISTEP would cost $67 million a year...
Doctors are getting closer to developing blood tests that can detect cancer cells. New research from the National Cancer Institute found that a blood test conducted on 126 lymphoma patients predicted recurrences of the cancer more than three months before they showed up on CT...
Many are celebrating the 45th anniversary of Earth Day. But, just how healthy is Indiana? When it comes to environmental concerns, Indiana ranks as the 4th-least eco-friendly state, according to a recent report issued by WalletHub. Jesse Kharbanda with the Hoosier Environmental...
Wednesday is Earth day and recycling is just one way to remember Mother Earth. With support from Cummins through the “My City, My Park” program, Eagle Creek now features recycling bins in high traffic areas that will accept plastic, aluminum, and glass. Volunteers from Cummins...
Indianapolis police are investigating a fatal crash on the city’s far-east side Tuesday evening. The crash was reported in the 100 block of Delbrick Lane around 10:35 pm. Officers found a woman in a SUV that had crashed into a tree. She was pronounced dead at the scene...
Murder and kidnapping are among the charges filed against a woman accused of luring a woman and her newborn from Anderson to Gary. Geraldine Jones was arrested in Texas after her family told investigators she went there after leaving the baby girl with her sister. The baby girl...
Restrictions on Internet wine purchases in Indiana may soon be a thing of the past. The Senate has given final approval to a bill repealing the requirement that buyers make one in-person purchase before ordering wine online or by mail. The restriction would be lifted July 1 if...
A bill to make it easier to replace candidates on the ballot is in search of a home, after becoming entangled with another change to election law. House Republicans called for pushing the deadline to replace candidates from July 1 to September 1, after two legislators resigned...