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House Minority Leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) )WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) House Democrats aren't impressed by Republicans' proposal to boost school funding by five-percent. Minority Leader Scott Pelath says too many large school districts, including his home...
Looks like Indiana is due for more snowfall. South Central Indiana is under a Winter Storm Warning and Central Indiana is under a Winter Weather Advisory. Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Koch says the warning begins tonight and runs into Saturday...
More snow in the forecast is good news for Hoosiers who suffer from seasonal affective disorder. Adam Allman is a licensed mental health counselor at St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis. He says SAD is a type of depression usually related to lack of daylight and change in seasons...
Mother Nature helped lead Columbus police directly to a theft suspect Wednesday morning. Officers with the Columbus Police Department said 21-year-old Corey Huddleston apparently saw what he thought was a crime of opportunity -- a GPS inside an unlocked car in the 2600 block of...
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Rick Hite was joined by prosecutors, investigators, department heads, and community leaders on Thursday to highlight the departments achievements in 2014. Those achievements include more than 60 homicide arrests and more than a thousand...
Big Indiana retailers that oppose Sunday carry out sales of alcohol aren't happy with the latest development. House Bill 1624 cleared another hurdle Thursday and will get a third reading and vote in the Indiana House Monday. This after lawmakers rejected one amendment that would...
Purdue University is trying to get football fans back by lowering most of their season-ticket prices. The most expensive season tickets, what Purdue calls the Prime, Sideline and Touchdown sections of Ross-Ade Stadium, will be $224 each next season. That's a reduction of almost...
There is a literal roadblock for the final leg of I-69 barring the interstate from passing through Perry Township but a transportation committee has finally passed a bill that lifts that obstacle. Representative John Price from Greenwood wants engineers to have the option to use...
A new survey shows that the city of Gary has nearly 7,000 vacant buildings and that more than a third of its structures are in disrepair. Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson said the findings have heightened concerns about the number of people living in unsafe quarters and will bolster...