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INDIANAPOLIS- -The new electric buses that will be used on the Red Line and other rapid transit lines, are now being tested for use along the routes. "When you drive an electric platform, an electric bus, and it's battery electric, it's not a hybrid and there's no fossil fuels...
STATE HOUSE --People who are being used against their will for labor or in the sex trade, may not want to get help. The reasons for that were discussed this week in a hearing at the Indiana state house. The discussion is whether to create a new state agency to help adults who...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --An Indiana man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on child pornography charges. Federal agents in Alexandria, Virginia, said Bradley Robert Segert, 30, of Evansville, is charged with using a private messenger for child pornographers on an app called Kik...
NORTHERN INDIANA -- Governor Eric Holcomb is responding to criticism of his plan to increase tolling on truckers along the Indiana Toll Road in northern Indiana. Talking with 93 WIBC's Hammer and Nigel Thursday afternoon in Indianapolis , Holcomb clarified it is not a "tax on...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The effort to get broadband to Indiana's last unconnected areas is moving on two separate tracks. Governor Holcomb announced the "Next Level Connections Fund" last week. It'll use $100 million from increased tolls for trucks on the Indiana Toll Road to encourage...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana defense contractors are learning how to double their own defenses, against hackers, spies and thieves. The FBI and the Commerce and State Departments brought contractors and university researchers together at Indy's Rolls-Royce plant for a conference...
CARMEL, Ind. -- One of the the two conspirators arrested for vandalizing the Shaarey Tefilla Synagogue in Carmel has been indicted and faces federal civil rights violations and conspiracy charges.. Nolan Brewer, 20, faces a minimum of 10 months and up to 10 years in prison. “...
FISHERS, Ind. --If your favorite park was going to be turned into something else, you'd probably want a say in it. The group "Save the Nickel Plate" , says Fishers, Noblesville and Hamilton County did not give them enough say when the cities and county decided last year to...
INDIANAPOLIS – A former IMPD probationary officer has been arrested after investigators say he sold items that belonged to the police department, as well as falsely reporting that other items he sold were stolen from his home. Juan Baez, 30, faces charges including theft,...