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  • Authorities bust suspected meth selling operation in Indianapolis

    Authorities bust suspected meth selling operation in Indianapolis
    Indiana authorities busted a meth selling operation in Indianapolis, U.S. Attorney Joseph Hogsett announced Tuesday. The eight-month investigation resulted in the arrest of 11 people. The indictments allege the group was involved in distributing...
  • Virginia earthquake rattles Hoosiers

    Virginia earthquake rattles Hoosiers
    Several people in Indiana report feeling Tuesday's earthquake that happened in Virginia. Matt Pranger was at work on the west side of Indianapolis. He said at first, he thought he was feeling lightheaded. "It just felt like the building was moving, kind...
  • Mayor Ballard releases plan to make Indianapolis best city in Midwest for job creation

    Mayor Ballard releases plan to make Indianapolis best city in Midwest for job creation
    Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard today unveiled his plan to encourage small business growth and make Indianapolis the best city in the Midwest for job creation. Indianapolis is well positioned for further growth in part because Mayor Ballard created a...
  • Mitt Romney accepts INDGOP invitation

    Mitt Romney accepts INDGOP invitation
    State Chairman Eric Holcomb announced today that Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, is the third candidate to accept the Indiana Republican Party's invitation to speak at presidential candidate forums being held in Indianapolis. Governor...
  • Unemployed Hoosiers directed to list of 50 hot jobs in Indiana

    Unemployed Hoosiers directed to list of 50 hot jobs in Indiana
    Experts have said the nation's unemployment rate will stay above eight percent for the next three years, but there is a tool online that aims to give Hoosiers help in finding solid career paths. Rick Barkley, an Indianapolis man, said he knows all...
  • Digital Account Executive

    WXIN/ Fox59.com & WTTV/ Indianas4.com seek a Digital Account Executive with experience and proven success in most notably digital sales, but not limited to television, newspaper, yellow pages, radio, outdoor, cable, or other B-to-B sales consisting of...
  • HealthNet president, CEO announces plans to retire

    HealthNet president, CEO announces plans to retire
    HealthNet president and chief executive officer Booker Thomas has announced his plans to retire next July after more than 12 years of service to HealthNet. Thomas, 69, began his work with HealthNet in 1999 as president and CEO. Under his leadership,...
  • IPS high school dedicates Friday to student injured in stage collapse

    IPS high school dedicates Friday to student injured in stage collapse
    An Indianapolis high school student injured in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse was remembered by his peers Friday.   Students at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School wore green shirts to support 17-year-old classmate Brad Humphrey.  The...
  • PT Non-Linear Editor

    WXIN Fox 59, a Tribune Broadcasting station, seeks a part-time Non-Linear Editor to join Fox 59 News.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  At least 2 years previous editing experience and organizational skills required.  Non-linear editing and videography...
  • Hurricane Irene's effects felt in Indiana

    Hurricane Irene's effects felt in Indiana
    Hurricane Irene has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm.  The system has made a major impact across the east and in Indianapolis as well. On Sunday, about 60 flights going to or coming from Newark, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, and New York through...
  • Mother accused in 2-month-old son's death appears in court

    Mother accused in 2-month-old son's death appears in court
    An Indianapolis mother charged in the death of her two-month-old son made her first appearance in court Tuesday. Briana Shelton, 22, was arrested Saturday and charged with murder and neglect of a dependent.  The Marion County Coroner's Office said the...
  • Indiana drivers among the safest in the U.S.

    Indiana drivers among the safest in the U.S.
    Indiana drivers are among the safest in the United States, according to the “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report™. The report, released by Allstate Insurance Company, ranks America’s 200 largest cities in terms of car...