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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...
Purdue University has just gotten the largest cash donation in its history. Lilly Endowment and Purdue President Mitch Daniels announced Wednesday that the $40 million grant will fund research, high-tech job growth across the state and educational opportunities for students...
Jeffrey Weisheit (file photo) The Indiana Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of an Evansville man convicted of killing two young children in a fire. The court decided Wednesday that there was overwhelming evidence that Jeffery Weisheit set the 2010 fire that killed his...
The latest attempt by state lawmakers to regulate abortion is headed to the full state Senate - this one is an attempt to eliminate abortions based on gender and disability. The bill (SB 334) would ban doctors from performing abortions if the doctor knew that the mother wanted...
A top USDA official is in Indiana touting trade pacts that will impact the Hoosier State. Phil Karsting is Administrator of the USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service. He's spotlighting two pending trade agreements: the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Trans-Atlantic Trade...
(wibc.com file photo) Before any opponents to the bill were present, a state Senate committee approved a "religious freedom" bill that some claim would legalize discrimination. The bill (SB 101) is one of two labeled a Religious Freedom Restoration Act by supporters, and it was...