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  • Bauer returns to Indiana, gives no indication when Democrats will be back

    Bauer returns to Indiana, gives no indication when Democrats will be back
    Indiana House minority leader Pat Bauer (D) returned to the Indiana Statehouse around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday to meet with House Speaker Brian Bosma (R). Last week, Bauer led a walkout of House Democrats who have been holed up in an Urbana, Illinois hotel...
  • More traffic headaches for Castleton area

    More traffic headaches for Castleton area
    Drivers on the north side are adjusting their commute after a lane of a major road is closed. On Tuesday, safety issues forced engineers with the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to shut down a northbound lane of Allisonville Road over I-465...
  • Six more flu-related deaths reported in Indiana

    Six more flu-related deaths reported in Indiana
    State health officials are warning Hoosiers the flu season isn't over yet. In fact, this week's influenza reported shows continued widespread flu activity across Indiana. Six new flu-related deaths have been reported, all of whom involved victims 55 and...
  • 3 movie theater chains fined for violating child labor laws

    3 movie theater chains fined for violating child labor laws
    The U.S. Labor Department has fined three of the nation's largest movie chains for violating child labor laws. The department says dozens of teenage workers in nine states (including Indiana) performed dangerous jobs or worked longer hours than allowed by...
  • Defamation ruling goes after anonymous online posters

    Defamation ruling goes after anonymous online posters
    What you say online could bring some legal woes your way. A ruling by a Marion County judge this week said what you post on websites can be used against you even if you do it anonymously. The judge ordered several local news outlets to turn over...
  • Sheriff transfers pregnant inmates following woman's death

    Sheriff transfers pregnant inmates following woman's death
    The death of a pregnant inmate is spurring changes at the Marion County Jail before the results of the death investigation are complete. "I am concerned of course," said Marion County Sheriff John Layton. "We will act accordingly that's for sure."...
  • Stretching Your Dollar: Dry cleaning for a low price

    Stretching Your Dollar: Dry cleaning for a low price
    It's tough to keep your clothes clean with all the rain and snow and dirt outside! Some outfits require dry-cleaning but that can get costly. We've discovered a dry-cleaner getting great reviews and great prices! It's Arlo's dry cleaning the south...
  • More heavy rain headed to Central Indiana

    More heavy rain headed to Central Indiana
    The warm front passed through Indianapolis Friday morning and temperatures really responded. The Indianapolis International Airport was reporting a temperature of 42 degrees as of 2 a.m. By 5 a.m., the temperature had jumped to 49 degrees. With the...
  • Fox59 #1 to wake up to and #1 primetime news

    Fox59 #1 to wake up to and #1 primetime news
    Fox59 News continued to increase news viewership and be the fastest growing Central Indiana station for the February 2011 Sweeps period. "Fox59 Morning News" is the #1 morning news to wake up to, beating all competitors at 4 a.m. and 4:30 a.m. "Fox59...
  • House Republicans issue $250 fines for absent Democrats

    House Republicans issue $250 fines for absent Democrats
    By a voice vote, the Indiana House approved a motion to fine the missing Democratic representatives $250 per day beginning on Monday, which Democrats denounced as divisive. Speaker Bosma says he will extend the House calendar to March 9th in an attempt to...
  • U.S. airman gunned down in Germany has ties to Indiana

    U.S. airman gunned down in Germany has ties to Indiana
    One of the U.S. airmen gunned down Wednesday at a German airport had ties to Indianapolis. Family members of Nick Alden say he was shot and killed in a bus in Frankfurt. Nick grew up on the east side and went to Warren Central High School. He later...
  • Hoosier households dealing with increased gas price woes

    Hoosier households dealing with increased gas price woes
    Gas prices continue to climb, with several Central Indiana gas stations hovering around the $3.55 a gallon mark. That's putting a real squeeze on some Hoosier families. George and Sharita Qualls are running on empty. They've started a coin collection jar...