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  • Passenger talks about how he stopped scare in the air

    Passenger talks about how he stopped scare in the air
    The bizarre actions of a Saudi Arabian man aboard a plane led to a scary encounter for passengers aboard an Indianapolis bound flight. "My life really flashed before my eyes," said Rodney Bailey, a passenger aboard American Airlines flight 4305 from New...
  • IUPUI student abducted, robbed after Craigslist setup

    IUPUI student abducted, robbed after Craigslist setup
    A student was abducted and robbed near the Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis campus Sunday, according to police. IUPUI police said it was a result of a setup through Craigslist. Investigators said two men in a white Ford Taurus...
  • Executive director of Hoosier Lottery resigns Friday

    Executive director of Hoosier Lottery resigns Friday
    The executive director of the Hoosier Lottery resigned Friday, after coming under fire for moving the lottery headquarter's to a posh new downtown facility and furnishing it with expensive items, including gym equipment worth more than $25,000. Kathryn...
  • Packaging mix-up prompts recall of birth control pills

    Packaging mix-up prompts recall of birth control pills
    A packaging mix-up is being blamed for a massive recall, involving six birth control drugs. The pills come from Alabama-based Qualitest Pharmaceuticals. The voluntary recall includes the drugs cyclafem, emoquette, gildess, orsythia, previfem and tri-...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Interviews for Super Bowl jobs held at Ball State Friday

    Interviews for Super Bowl jobs held at Ball State Friday
    More than a 100 candidates are expected to show up at Ball State University's Lucina Hall to interview for Super Bowl jobs. Two Indianapolis-based staffing companies are responsible for hiring around 600 people to work before and during the Super Bowl....