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  • Governor, state superintendent announce major education reform

    Governor, state superintendent announce major education reform
    It's the first of its kind education reform in Indiana. Governor Mitch Daniels (R) and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Bennett (R) announced a new education agenda Wednesday. They say this agenda will make Indiana a leader in education...
  • Blowing, drifting snow creates problems for road crews

    Blowing, drifting snow creates problems for road crews
    UPDATE: DPW snow patrols will be out through the day Tuesday. The full force will not be out Tuesday night, but will respond to any problem spots that are reported. PREVIOUS: Snow, heavy winds and below freezing temperatures were all on the menu...
  • Fishers mortgage lender to expand, add up to 300 jobs

    Fishers mortgage lender to expand, add up to 300 jobs
    It's not the industry that immediately comes to mind for job growth but a residential mortgage lender is adding 300 jobs to its company headquarters in Hamilton County. Stongate Mortgage Corp. is capitalizing on explosive company growth to expand into...
  • Former 'Superintendent of the Year' apologizes for DUI

    Former 'Superintendent of the Year' apologizes for DUI
    A Central Indiana school superintendent who is accused of drinking and driving spoke to Fox59 News Tuesday where he apologized for the "embarrassing" incident. Police say his blood alcohol level was .12 when they pulled him over last weekend for...
  • Cell phone scheme puts local company out of business

    Cell phone scheme puts local company out of business
    Wal-Mart employees have not only cost the retail giant thousands of dollars but have also put a local company out of business. It all surrounds a scheme they set up to steal and sell dozens of cell phones. It took more than three months of...
  • More snow covers central Indiana

    More snow covers central Indiana
    A new blanket of snow fell in central Indiana in the early morning hours just in time for the morning commute. The downtown core received nearly three inches of snow overnight, with light flurries still falling into the 6 a.m. hour. DPW and INDOT crews...
  • Thursday morning commute full of slide-offs, crashes

    Thursday morning commute full of slide-offs, crashes
    Thursday's morning rush was a messy one as snow continued to fall on Central Indiana roadways. Indiana State Police were busy responding to numerous slide-offs and crashes. Police all over the area said in many cases, people were driving too fast for the...
  • Skillman not running for governor

    Skillman not running for governor
    UPDATE: Indiana Lieutenant Governor Becky Skillman announced Monday she will not be running for governor in 2012, citing minor health issues. She released the following statement: "With much disappointment, I am announcing today that I will not be a...
  • Study: Breastfed babies perform better in school

    Study: Breastfed babies perform better in school
    Breastfed babies perform better in school when they get older than babies who are not. That's according to a new study from the Journal of Pediatrics. Australian researches followed more than 2,800 babies born from 1989-1992. The babies were breastfed...
  • New mom launches Pilates DVD in time for New Year's

    New mom launches Pilates DVD in time for New Year's
    People often start thinking about getting into shape right after the holidays and Molly Tittle’s new Pilates Practice DVD could help them reach their goals. Molly Tittle is a local fitness specialist and new mom who wanted to help others struggling...
  • Final suspect sentenced for role in Hovey Street murders

    Final suspect sentenced for role in Hovey Street murders
    One of the four men involved in the Hovey Street murders was sentenced Monday. Jasper Frazier was sentenced to 70 years behind bars. Frazier pleaded guilty to robbery charges to avoid murder charges. He helped prosecutors build a case against Ronald...