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Joe Hogsett (photo courtesy RTV6) As expected, former U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett has launched his candidacy for mayor of Indianapolis. Hogsett kicked off his campaign beneath the peace sculpture of Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King on Indy's eastside. He mostly steered clear...
A volleyball coach and teacher at Scecina High School took his own life when he died in an SUV crash last month. The cause of death for Brian Hawkins was released this afternoon by the Marion County Coroner's Office. Hawkins was 45 when he died September 23rd after his SUV...
Applications are now being taken by the state from schools who want to be part of the one-year pilot pre-K program. Allen, Jackson, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh Counties are part of the pilot program, which is being run by the Office of Early Childhood and Out-Of-School Learning...
A legislative study committee is recommending another baby step toward abolishing the business personal property tax. The panel is recommending that businesses who pay only a nominal amount be exempted entirely. This year's legislature gave counties the option of granting that...
(photo courtesy RTV6) A woman was found dead in the back yard of a near east side home Wednesday morning. IMPD officers were called around 7:00 a.m. to the home in the 500 block of North Rural Street on a report of an unconscious female in the back yard. EMS crews arrived on the...
Hundreds of FedEx pilots are picketing across the nation including here in Indiana. Dozens of pilots descended on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis Wednesday. They're among some 800 picketing pilots across the nation. They're represented by the Air Line Pilots Association...
A brand new airline has come to Indiana. Allegiant Airlines says come mid-February, it'll begin operating four weekly, nonstop flights between Indianapolis International Airport and several vacation spots in Florida. Allegiant Airlines Vice President Lukas Johnson says...
Everyone should have the right to find housing without facing discrimination based on income, but many families are being denied that right in Marion County. A recent audit conducted by the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana reveals high refusal rates for Hoosiers seeking...
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) (WIBC.com file photo) The Republican takeover of the Senate means Indiana's Joe Donnelly will be in the minority after new members take office in January. But the freshman Democrat is sounding an optimistic note about the transition. Donnelly...