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  • State education department investigating forged email

    State education department investigating forged email
    The Indiana State Deparment of Education says someone forged an email memo from Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Bennett. According to a news release, the memo appeared on Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) letterhead and claimed to be...
  • Statehouse stalemate enters fourth week

    Statehouse stalemate enters fourth week
    House Republicans weren't able to get much work done Monday. The legislative session reconvened in the afternoon, without House Democrats in attendance. This is the start of the fourth week since they left Indiana and began staying in a hotel in Urbana,...
  • Get prepared for severe weather season

    Get prepared for severe weather season
    The start of spring is less than a week away and that means the arrival of severe weather season in Indiana. Last month, we experienced a system that brought is rain, tornadoes and lightning. Monday, March 14th marks the start of a very important week...
  • Three die from heroin overdoses, three days in a row

    Three die from heroin overdoses, three days in a row
    The Marion County Coroner's office is sending out an alert to Indianapolis residents. The office said three men have died in three days from heroin overdoses. Two of them died in the same house. "We want to make the community aware that this is...
  • Proposed state budget bill could cut Medicaid prescriptions

    Proposed state budget bill could cut Medicaid prescriptions
    Children with attention deficit disorder and adults struggling from depression or mental illness – these are the Hoosiers who could be hurt by a plan to cut Indiana Medicaid costs. A state budget bill would save the state roughly $7 million a year...
  • Governor asks President for funding following ice storm

    Governor asks President for funding following ice storm
    Governor Mitch Daniels asked the federal government for help with this year's snow and ice storms Monday.   Daniels requested that President Barack Obama give financial assistance to 39 Indiana counties. They include: Marion, Hamilton, Hancock, Delaware...
  • "Slick" Leonard's heart attack throws a scare into the Pacers

    "Slick" Leonard's heart attack throws a scare into the Pacers
    A triumphant victory nearly turned into a tragedy right in front of the eyes of Jeff Foster. Following the Pacers' 106-93 win over the Knicks at Madison Squarte Garden Sunday night-one that snapped a six-game Indiana losing streak-the longtime forward...
  • Missing Alabama boys found in Indianapolis

    Missing Alabama boys found in Indianapolis
    Two kids who went missing from their Russellville, Alabama home have been found safe in Indianapolis. Angel Everado and his brother Christian Santos Montoya were found in an apartment complex on the northwest side near 56th and Georgetown Road. According...
  • Another rally against immigration Tuesday

    Another rally against immigration Tuesday
    Protestors packed the statehouse steps to rally against Senate Bill 590, legislation proposed by State Senator Mike Delph (R-Carmel). It's a bill that could have wide-ranging impact from the average citizen to Corporate America. Eli Lilly and Cummins,...
  • Notre Dame cited for safety violation resulting in student's death

    Notre Dame cited for safety violation resulting in student's death
    Four and a half months after the tragedy in South Bend, when high winds toppled the scissorlift that took the life of 20-year-old Declan Sullivan, the Indiana Occupational Health and Safety Administration announced its findings. "We found that Notre Dame...
  • Marion County sheriff to offer free gun locks

    Marion County sheriff to offer free gun locks
    Marion County Sheriff John Layton wants you to keep your guns safe from your children, so he's giving away nearly 4,000 gun locks. Sheriff Layton also hopes to get at least 1500 more once those are gone. The free giveaway program began three years ago...
  • Restoration begins on Soldiers and Sailors monument

    Restoration begins on Soldiers and Sailors monument
    Work began Wednesday on an eight month long construction project downtown. Workers will repair and restore The Soldiers and Sailors Monument downtown on the circle. It's downtown's crown jewel. This year the Soldiers and Sailors Monument will become...