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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy's second new business accelerator this month will focus on sports-related tech startups. 10 startups a year who are refining marketing plans for sports-related tech ideas will get three-month residencies at a new Techstars accelerator in Indianapolis. At...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- It's no secret that Indiana's Republican Senator Todd Young supports the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. Speaking on the Senate floor today, Young made his point more abundantly clear, calling Judge Kavanaugh's qualifications "...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis about to set another homicide record. That's according to Fraternal Order of Police President Rick Snyder, who told WIBC on Tuesday that no one group or problem is the cause of Indy's rising murder rate. "It is something that we, as a community, must...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - An IUPUI professor who helped write the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan says the Trump administration's plan to scrap it is a declaration the agency is no longer interested in reducing carbon emissions. Janet McCabe was an Environmental Protection Agency...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- The person who called in a bomb threat to the Rascal Flatts concert at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center called in the threat as many as five times. Members of the country trio described the scary, abrupt end to the August 9 concert with ET Canada. "It’s...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The person who made threats against Franklin Central High School Monday has been identified and arrested, Franklin Township school police said. In a message posted on Twitter, Chief of School Police Kenneth Short said the non-credible threat rose to the level of...
WINCHESTER, Ind. – A woman from Winchester will spend two years behind bars for having sex with a 13-year-old boy. Brittany Cochran, 24, will serve two years in prison and three years on probation after pleading guilty to sexual misconduct with a minor. Police say Cochran...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. --A Fort Wayne company that's been making potato chips and other snack foods for more than 80 years is shutting down. Seyfert's Snack Foods told its workers that it's closing shop because the company is no longer profitable. ABC 21 in Fort Wayne says the company...
STATEWIDE — The presidents of many of Indiana’s private colleges and universities are urging state lawmakers to pass a hate crimes law in 2019. In a letter released Monday , the presidents of 22 colleges say they want to see “strong hate crime legislation” and “call for a law...