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Eskenazi Health Midtown Mental Health and the Indianapolis Department of Public Safety are working on addressing mental health issues among those in the city's high crimes areas. DPS statistics show that residents - sometimes either crime suspects or victims - may be in need of...
Gov. Mike Pence (R) (WIBC.com file photo: Eric Berman) Governor Pence is shrugging off a poll showing a majority of Hoosiers opposed to his reelection as he kicks off his campaign for another term. Wednesday's Bellwether Research poll commissioned by Republican rival Bill...
Churches across Indiana are holding vigils to stand in solidarity with the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. That's where authorities believe 21-year-old Dylann Roof opened fire and killed nine people including the church pastor during a prayer meeting Wednesday...
How much state funding did your child's school gain or lose in the new budget? A new online tool can help you find out. The website was created by the School Finance Team at IU's Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP ). "We used publicly available data provided to us...
Indiana ranks well in terms of business development, but still lags in education and continues to suffer from the "brain drain." That's according to the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's Indiana Vision 2025 Report Card released Thursday. The report tracks where Indiana is making...
Indianapolis Republican Mayoral Candidate Chuck Brewer unveiled his education plan Thursday. The businessman and former Marine says he's had positive talks with Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee. However, he couldn't say whether Ferebee actually...
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission has approved a comprehensive revision of Indy Rezone. Indy Rezone covers the city's zoning ordinances and subdivision regulations. Senior Planner John Neal says they're revamping and modernizing the city's entire structure of...
State health officials say the HiV outbreak in Scott County has leveled off. 170 cases have been diagnosed in Scott County this year, but the number of new cases has dropped off to no more than one or two a week. Deputy state health commissioner Jennifer Walthall says the new...
Federal agents arrested 280 criminal aliens including 47 here in Indiana during a month-long enforcement surge. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Spokesperson Gail Montenegro says they targeted "at large criminal aliens." She says they all have past convictions for crimes...