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A bill that allows riverboat casinos to move on land has cleared another Indiana House committee. The House Ways and Means Committee approved the move with tax changes Thursday. This after clearing the Public Policy Committee. It's now on its way to the full House for review. In...
Elwood Mayor Ron Arnold is resigning following an investigation by state police into his spending of campaign funds. Arnold was accused of dipping into the account to pay for things such as utility bills and personal out-of-state trips. In a statement, the mayor says; “As I said...
John and Lavonne Kelley (photos courtesy IMPD) IMPD Homicide detectives arrested an Indianapolis couple Wednesday in connection with the death of their daughter last year. Officers were called on August 4, 2014 to a home in the 700 block of South Randolph Street and found 18-...
(file photo courtesy RTV6) Police have identified the two men who were killed in a shooting Tuesday night on the city's near southeast side. The victims were identified as 22-year-old Daniel White and 19-year-old Devin Calloway, both from Indianapolis. They were found dead in...
The Indianapolis City-County Council's Public Safety Committee unanimously approved a proposal to hire 155 new IMPD officers. The original proposal called for 115 new officers but was amended to add 40 more for a total cost of just under $12.5 million. IMPD Chief Rick Hite said...
The NFL Combine is underway at Lucas Oil Stadium and teams are using many ways to determine who they want to draft. 40 yard dash times, vertical leap, and weightlifting are a few areas where the draft hopefuls will be judged, but they also will undergo psychological testing...
Raven Harvell (photo courtesy RTV6) The daughter of an Indianapolis City-County Council member is accused of stealing taxpayer money to buy cocaine. Raven Harvell, 29, is charged with felony theft and official misconduct for allegedly stealing $58,000. The former Washington...
The Indiana Senate Public Policy Committee has approved raising the limits on microbrewery production in Indiana. Senate Bill 297 cleared committee 8-0. The legislation raises the amount of beer that microbreweries can make for sale within the state from 30,000 barrels to 90,000...
(wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) Senator Jean Leising is trying at least once more to get cursive handwriting to be part of the state's school curriculum. Every year, Leising (R, Oldenburg) introduces the cursive writing bill. Every year, it passes the state Senate, and every year...