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  • Chaz Bono to speak at IUPUI for "It Gets Better Week"

    Chaz Bono to speak at IUPUI for "It Gets Better Week"
    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights advocate and former Dancing With the Stars contestant Chaz Bono will headline "It Gets Better Week" at IUPUI this month. Bono will present “Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man” at 7 p.m....
  • Consultants' study targets IMPD patrols

    Consultants' study targets IMPD patrols
    A more than quarter million dollar study by a Washington, D.C., consulting firm with connections to Public Safety Director Frank Straub found IMPD patrols aren't reaching their full potential when it comes to fighting crime in the streets. The report...
  • IUPUI to host counterterrorism simulation

    IUPUI to host counterterrorism simulation
    Students from Indiana University will find out what it is like to be in the vortex of confusion surrounding a large-scale urban crisis when the university holds its second biennial Counterterrorism Simulation on Oct. 28, 2011. The simulation will begin at...
  • Drivers urged to keep an eye out for deer on roadways

    Drivers urged to keep an eye out for deer on roadways
    As days shorten, drivers are encouraged to be cautious as their chances of encountering deer on roadways increase significantly at this time of year. Nearly 50 percent of all vehicle accidents involving white-tailed deer occur between October and...
  • University students participate in mock terror attack exercise

    University students participate in mock terror attack exercise
    Fifty graduate and undergraduate students from three different schools at IUPUI are taking part in a mock terror attack exercise Friday. Students from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Medical School and Law School will play the rolls of...
  • IU Trustees approve tuition discount for summer session

    IU Trustees approve tuition discount for summer session
    The Trustees of Indiana University approved a plan Friday, unveiled earlier this week, to significantly reduce undergraduate tuition for summer session students beginning in 2012. The vote occurred during a special board meeting at the IU Bloomington...
  • Final touches made on several construction projects in time for Super Bowl

    Final touches made on several construction projects in time for Super Bowl
    Construction crews are working on several downtown roads in preparation for the Super Bowl.   So will all the orange barrels and construction disappear from the downtown roadways soon, in time for the big football event?     Greg Henneke, the program...
  • Candidates, analyst agree: Vote result to hinge on turnout

    Candidates, analyst agree: Vote result to hinge on turnout
    Greg Ballard and Melina Kennedy disagree on the incumbent's record of success over the last four years and their visions for the next four, but they agree that turnout will likely determine who Indianapolis' next mayor will be.  A longtime political...
  • Mayoral race takes bilingual turn in week leading up to election

    Mayoral race takes bilingual turn in week leading up to election
    The mayoral race is taking a bilingual turn in the week leading up to the election. There are currently two advertisements airing on WSYW 810 AM and WEDJ FM Radio Latina Indianapolis. The stations are considered sister stations. According to the General...
  • Local athletes to sign national letters of intent

    Local athletes to sign national letters of intent
    The early signing period for NCAA sports begins on Wednesday morning, November 9th and runs through the 16th. Several Michiana athletes will be signing their national letters of intent to play college sports during this time. The following high school...
  • Hoosier students learning high-tech skills as Indiana attempts to stop the "brain-drain"

    Hoosier students learning high-tech skills as Indiana attempts to stop the "brain-drain"
    By Rick Ramirez and Ray Cortopassi Remember those Bunsen burners in science class or the first time you built something in shop class?  Well, fast-forward to today, and our young Hoosier students are engineering careers in the exploding fields of...