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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's Department of Education wants a change in how schools teach. The department wants every teacher to be able to take a project-based problem-solving approach to the classroom, in which students learn by figuring out the best way to complete a project or...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A former Indianapolis City-County councilor is accused of violating the terms of his probation by attending a trick-or-treating event. Jeffrey Miller, previously sentenced for battery on a person under the age of 14, is accused of attending "Scare in the Square"...
(NOBLESVILLE, Ind.) - Indiana’s been trying to line up job skills with college curricula. The U.S. Secretary of Labor has visited Noblesville to promote the same idea. Alexander Acosta joined Indiana Senator Todd Young on a tour of Gaylor Electric , which has an apprenticeship...
(VALPARAISO, Ind,) - Republicans will extend their House supermajority to eight years, with the overdue tally of votes in Porter County. Porter County didn't start counting votes till the day after the election, and took three days to finish. The final totals confirm Democrat...
INDIANAPOLIS --The Eiteljorg Museum's galleries are back open and ready for you to look at some new paintings and some of the classics, too. The museum, located at White River State Park, will open its renovated galleries Saturday at 10 a.m. "The Eiteljorg Museum's western art...
SEYMOUR, Ind. -- With Indiana's neighbor to the north, Michigan, legalizing medicinal marijuana via referendum during Tuesday's election, 32 states have now legalized medical pot. State Representative Jim Lucas, a Republican from Seymour, says with over half the states in the U...
INDIANAPOLIS -- You may be surprised to find out that one of the newest members of the Indianapolis Colts roster never played football in college and last played his freshman year in high school. Mo Alie-Cox was a forward at VCU and helped lead the Rams to the NCAA tournament...
STATE HOUSE --U.S. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions put in his resignation this week. He, as the country's top law enforcement officer, was an advocate against legal marijuana of any kind. Hoosier advocate David Phipps sees that resignation as a positive development for people who want...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Police say nine people connected with the Aryan Brotherhood white supremacist prison gang have been arrested on many different charges, involving drugs, guns and smuggling contraband into the county Jail. Columbus Police Lt. Matt Harris says detectives have...