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Powerful storms moved through Indiana on Monday, leaving a trail of damage and destruction.Thousands of homes were left without power as high winds dropped trees and power lines across the area. Indianapolis Power & Light and Duke Energy both said they had more than 100...
Indiana could pay a price if the latest deal to end the Greek debt crisis isn't approved. The agreement with the rest of the European Union is more lenient than a deal rejected by referendum. It phases in austerity measures, and dangles the possibility of a $33 billion stimulus...
(WIBC.com file photo: Mike Corbin) The first Richmond Hill explosion trial will go to the jury on Tuesday. Jurors spent a full day Monday listening to closing arguments and jury instructions. Prosecutors maintain Mark Leonard was planning to blow up Monserrate Shirley's house...
Rep. Todd Young (R, IN) (image courtesy of YouTube/Todd Young) Ninth District Congressman Todd Young is promising a "solutions-oriented" campaign for the Senate, and says he'd bring that approach to the job if elected. Young says voters are tired of what he calls the "smashmouth...
Jurors are expected to begin deliberations this week in the Richmond Hill trial. Closing arguments are scheduled Monday morning in South Bend. Mark Leonard, 46 is charged with 53 counts of murder, arson, conspiracy and fraud. He is the accused ringleader of the plot to destroy...
Six weeks after a reboot of the State Board of Education, a detente between board members and state school superintendent Glenda Ritz is holding. Five of the board's 10 appointed members came aboard last month, under a law transferring two board appointments to legislative...
An Indiana-based public relations expert is speaking out on the Subway-Jared Fogle crises. Purdue University Professor Krishnamurthy Sriramesh says Subway is handling the crises well so far. He says Subway took immediate action and its decision to suspend Jared shows that the...
Summer vacation doesn't mean students stop working on reading -- or at least it shouldn't. Indiana's Department of Education has an online database of five-thousand books to make sure students have something to read that they're interested in. State school superintendent Glenda...
The Indiana Arts Commission and Department of Natural Resources are joining forces for art's sake. Executive Director Lewis Ricci says they're launching a $300,000 grant program for artists and arts organizations for performances, residencies and shows in state parks. Ricci says...