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Health and cultural experts gathered at IU Bloomington Monday for an education forum on Ebola. IU School of Medicine Associate Professor Joshua Mugele says there have been five different discovered strains of Ebola, with the current strain in Liberia called "Zaire Strain."...
(photo courtesy RTV6) The president of the Indiana NAACP says the organization wants two Hammond police officers taken off the street and put on desk duty for breaking a car window and using a stun gun on a man during a recent stop for not wearing a seat belt. Barbara Bolling-...
Abdul Rahman Kassig (right) in an undated photo with father, Ed Kassig (image courtesy of the Kassig Family) The parents of an Indianapolis native held hostage by ISIS released more of a letter their son sent this summer. "It is still really hard to believe all of this is really...
(image courtesy of the College Board) Numbers from the College Board show that SAT scores correspond to family income, and one analyst says that isn't likely to change despite changes being made to the exam. Students who took the college entrance exam in 2014 outscored students...
Central and southern Indiana can expect potentially severe weather today through Wednesday. Indiana-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Dave Tucek says a line of storms from Missouri and Arkansas are heading toward Indiana. He says they'll arrive late this afternoon (...
The Hoosier Lottery is celebrating a milestone. October 13th marks the lottery's 25th birthday. It was started back on October 13, 1989. That's the day it sold its very first ticket. The Hoosier Lottery is the result of a voter-approved referendum. Lottery officials say since...
A Purdue professor says Ebola is 'primed' to go airborne. In the first case of Ebola transmission in the U.S., a Texas nurse who treated an Ebola-stricken Liberian man has tested positive for the deadly virus. Professor David Sanders has been studying the virus since 2003,...
Indianapolis Fire Department officials were called to the Indianapolis Zoo after two sky cars at the new orangutan exhibit became stuck. Six Zoo guests were rescued from the Indianapolis Sky Ride after their ride cars stopped about 35 feet in the air Sunday afternoon. The stop...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) State and federal offices are closed today for Columbus Day -- one of the few visible reminders of what used to be a more prominent holiday. Christopher Columbus has faced a backlash over the last 20 years, with Native American groups and others...