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  • Council votes for Public Safety Director Frank Straub to keep his job

    Council votes for Public Safety Director Frank Straub to keep his job
    The Reappointment Council voted to let Public Safety Director Frank Straub keep his job Monday night. The council voted 16-13 in favor of reappointing Straub. The vote was largely symbolic since the public safety director is a position actually...
  • Central Indiana to miss Christmas Eve snow

    Central Indiana to miss Christmas Eve snow
    Central Indiana may catch a break Christmas Eve, with the heaviest snow now predicted to track south. Flurries are possible Friday afternoon and snow showers could develop Friday night over the southern third of the state and linger into Christmas Day....
  • Photographer

    WXIN Fox 59, a Tribune Broadcasting station, seeks a full-time News Photographer to join Fox 59 News.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Minimum 3 years experience as news or production photographer preferred.  At least 2 years previous editing...
  • Bill would raise marriage license fees

    Bill would raise marriage license fees
    If a state lawmaker gets her way, the fees for marriage licenses and certificates in Indiana would quadruple. That is, unless couples complete marriage preparation classes. Critics call the legislation a government intrusion on family life but the bill's...
  • Marriage license and certificate prices could quadruple

    Marriage license and certificate prices could quadruple
    If one state lawmaker has her way the fees for marriage licenses and certificates in Indiana could quadruple. That is unless couples complete marriage preparation classes. Critics called the legislation a government intrusion on family life. The...
  • Senate committee hears testimony on removing toxicology lab

    Senate committee hears testimony on removing toxicology lab
    A state Senate committee is hearing testimony Thursday morning on a plan to remove Indiana's controversial and problem-plagued toxicology lab from under control of the IU School of Medicine. Since 1957, the IU Med School has operated the lab which...
  • 2010 Census shows Indiana is growing

    2010 Census shows Indiana is growing
    The 2010 U.S. Census numbers are out and they are showing Indiana as a growing state. The population for Indianapolis last year was 903,000 people, compared to 860,000 10 years ago. Several surrounding communities also made big population gains. Carmel...
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    WXIN-TV, FOX59 strives to offer its visitors the many advantages of Internet technology and to provide an interactive and personalized experience. This policy covers how we treat personally identifiable information and other information that we collect,...
  • Renters fight roof problems following winter storm

    Renters fight roof problems following winter storm
    "They don’t even want to sleep upstairs, they choose to sleep downstairs because they don’t want to wake up and there’s a big raccoon looking at them through the roof," said renter John K'Peahay. The intense freeze and quick melt...
  • 2010 Census results released, Indiana's population booms

    2010 Census results released, Indiana's population booms
    A top secret census disc containing reams of information on Indiana's census results arrived via FedEx at 9:38 a.m. Thursday morning to the State Research Center downtown. The disc was one of 22 delivered to state offices including Indiana Mitch...
  • 2 people, dog involved in rollover crash on I-70

    2 people, dog involved in rollover crash on I-70
    Two people were hurt in a crash after their car flipped over on Interstate 70 and landed in oncoming traffic. The car landed in the eastbound lanes near Shadeland Avenue. Indiana State Police say there were two people and a dog inside the car when the...
  • Bill banning texting while driving headed to full Senate

    Bill banning texting while driving headed to full Senate
    A bill to ban texting while driving has made it's way to the state Senate. In Indiana, drivers who are 18 years old and under are already prohibited but this new bill up for consideration would ban all drivers from doing so. Sponsors of the bill say...