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  • Indianapolis 500 Preview: Warm day dawns for 100th anniversary race

     
    After a week of rain, cold and tornado warnings in central Indiana, there were partly sunny skies and warmer conditions Sunday morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 100th-anniversary edition of the Indianapolis 500. Indeed, temperatures...
  • Midwest Gas Prices Spike Overnight

     
    Memorial Day came and went, and with it went lower gas prices for many in the Midwest. Overnight, gas stations around Chicago and Indianapolis raised prices significantly. In Elgin, Ill., a Chicago suburb, prices rose 40 cents in 24 hours,......
  • REDDING JOINS IRONPIGS (JUST IN TIME, TOO) ...

     
    Although his signing had been reported as early as last Wednesday, veteran pitcher Tim Redding officially signed his minor league contract with the Phillies Monday afternoon after passing his physical. Good thing, too, since the 33-year-old is tonight's...
  • College Football Roundup: Tragedy strikes Purdue program

     
    College Football Roundup: Tragedy strikes Purdue program...
  • Unions recommendations to Mayor Emanuel, plain text version

     
    Plain text version of the union report to the city on efficiency (highlights mine): INTRODUCTION Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has asked the Chicago Federation of Labor (CFL), the Chicago and Cook County Building Trades Council (CCBT), and their affiliate...
  • Hoosier hero? Not Gov. Daniels, say Indiana critics

     
    State budget surplus in Indiana! Enough spare cash in the coffers that the governor is handing out bonuses to state workers! But before you load up the truck to move to Beverly (Shores, that is), you might want to look......
  • Chicago activist to be honored Saturday

     
    The life of Chicago community organizer Christina Santiago will be honored this Saturday at the Chicago History Museum, located at 1601 North Clark Street. Santiago was killed at the Indianapolis State Fair on August 13, when a stage collapsed shortly...
  • Thounsands interview for jobs at State Fairgrounds

    Thounsands interview for jobs at State Fairgrounds
    Thursday, the Indiana State Fair held a job fair from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Pioneer Our Land Pavilion at the fairgrounds. Thousands turned out to apply for available positions. Positions available included ticket sellers, ticket takers, gate...
  • Indianapolis teen reaches semi-final round of Scripps National Spelling Bee

    Indianapolis teen reaches semi-final round of Scripps National Spelling Bee
    There are no more spellers from Indiana in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. A 13-year-old girl from Indianapolis reached the semi-final round before misspelling "sellion" (she spelled it "cellion"). Gina Solomito entered the national content being no...
  • Well-known Carmel attorney loses battle with rare cancer

    Well-known Carmel attorney loses battle with rare cancer
    A well-known and respected Carmel attorney has lost her fierce battle against a rare cancer. Stephenie Jocham, 42, was diagnosed less than two years ago. She had just returned from Nicaragua where she was volunteering with her law firm in area orphanages....
  • Interactive Content Producer

    WXIN-TV Fox 59 is looking for a full-time Interactive Content Producer to write for websites and social media outlets.  This position may also be responsible for on-air writing.  Prior experience writing for online a must, along with a thorough...
  • Indiana Black Expo CEO accused of creating hostile work environment

    Indiana Black Expo CEO accused of creating hostile work environment
    The CEO of Indiana Black Expo is accused of creating a hostile work environment. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, things are so bad within the organization that an outside consultant has been brought in to improve staff relations....