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  • Less money available to clean up meth labs

    Less money available to clean up meth labs
    Meth labs continue to be a big problem in Indiana but at the same time, funding to clean them up is disappearing. The Drug Enforcement Agency no longer is using money to pay for the cleanup due to federal budget cuts. Last year, the DEA spent about $600,...
  • More private businesses hiring as Indiana unemployment rate drops to 9.1%

    More private businesses hiring as Indiana unemployment rate drops to 9.1%
    Indiana's unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest level in two years. The latest numbers show the unemployment rate at 9.1 percent, down .4 percent. The rate last year was 10.7 percent. The change is even more dramatic in places like Columbus (two...
  • Federal budget cuts kill Meth lab clean up funds

    Federal budget cuts kill Meth lab clean up funds
    Meth labs are becoming a big problem in Indiana, but funding to clean them up in disappearing. The Drug Enforcement Agency no longer has money to pay for the cleanup due to federal budget cuts. Last year, the DEA spent about $600,000 moving hazardous...
  • Officials: Flooding is gone, but problems aren't

    Officials: Flooding is gone, but problems aren't
    Some Hoosiers have been dealing with on and off flooding for weeks now, yet officials said we can’t let our guards down yet. There are some important steps you need to take, even if you only have minimal damage. “We were trapped because our...
  • Gas prices on the rise again

    Gas prices on the rise again
    Chances are, the rising gas prices have your attention and they have President Obama's too. He talked about the cost of gasoline during a news conference Friday in Washington. The president blamed increased demand and unrest in the Middle East for the...
  • DPW, private contractors working to fill potholes

    DPW, private contractors working to fill potholes
    The Department of Public Works was out repairing potholes around Central Indiana for most of Friday afternoon. The 19 crews filled more than 1,200 potholes this week. Potholes are caused by snow and ice that melt into water and then seep beneath the...
  • How you can help Japan

    How you can help Japan
    Survivors of the massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan spent Monday morning scrambling for anything they can get. People were lining up outside supermarkets, trying to find any food left. Shoppers who were fortunate enough to get inside were limited...
  • Pacers former coach, commentator Bobby 'Slick' Leonard suffers heart attack

    The Indiana Pacers released a statement Monday that Bob Leonard, a.k.a Slick, suffered a heart attack following the Pacers' fame in New York Sunday night. He was taken to a New York hospital where he received two stents. According to the Pacers, Slick...
  • Pacers former coach, commentator 'Slick' Leonard suffers heart attack

    Pacers former coach, commentator 'Slick' Leonard suffers heart attack
    The Indiana Pacers released a statement Monday that former coach and current radio analyst Bobby "Slick" Leonard suffered a heart attack following the Pacers' game Sunday night against the New York Knicks. Leonard was taken to a New York hospital...
  • Gay rights activists rally at Statehouse

    Gay rights activists rally at Statehouse
    Monday, a crowd of gay rights activists gathered at the Indiana Statehouse to speak out against House Joint Resolution 6 (HJR 6). HJR 6 is the first step toward banning same sex marriage in Indiana, by way of making it an amendment to the state...
  • Female Focus: Adoption battle

    Female Focus: Adoption battle
    Love at first sight! That's how Lori Green Leroy describes the first time she set eyes on her son living in an orphanage in Vietnam. She and her husband were matched with Nate when he was seven months old. Now, two years and eight months later, the...
  • All lanes of Allisonville Road over I-465 back open

    All lanes of Allisonville Road over I-465 back open
    Monday evening should be a much easier commute for Castleton drivers who travel across Allisonville Road. The Indiana Department of Transportion announced repair work was completed early and all six lanes of Allisonville over Interstate 465 were...