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  • Indiana Landmarks sells headquarters

    Indiana Landmarks sells headquarters
    A historic house downtown is no longer on the market. Indiana Landmarks sold its former headquarters at 340 West Michigan Street Monday.   The home, which was built in 1874, is also known as the Williamson Center. The price for the 15,000 square foot...
  • Fortune ranks four Indiana companies 'most admired'

    Fortune ranks four Indiana companies 'most admired'
    Four Indiana companies are among the world's most admired. That’s according to Fortune Magazine. Simon Property Group, Wellpoint and Brightpoint –all made the annual list of 350 companies. They're all based in Indianapolis too.  Columbus-...
  • Indiana Secretary of State facing more allegations

    Indiana Secretary of State facing more allegations
    Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White faces more problems over allegations that he accessed a report on himself. Former Secretary of State Todd Rokita put the 265 page report  on White together.  The Indiana Inspector General is now looking into the...
  • Sandbags available to Marion County residents

    Sandbags available to Marion County residents
    Flooding remains a threat for many neighborhoods in Marion County but there is help for local residents. Hundreds of sand bags are now available to those facing flooding concerns and living in Marion County. Pick up locations include: - 1725 South West...
  • Bauer claims Bosma misinterpreted conversation

    Bauer claims Bosma misinterpreted conversation
    House Democrats are seeking clarification to smooth a pathway to return to the Statehouse. House Speaker Brian Bosma (R) says he's received a letter and a phone call from Minority Leader Pat Bauer (D) asking questions that could set the stage for the...
  • 17-year-old student arrested for punching teacher

    17-year-old student arrested for punching teacher
    A special deputy with the Marion County Sheriff's Department said he witnessed a 17-year-old student punch a Wayne Township teacher while he was on duty at Sanders School. It happened in the school cafeteria on Tuesday around 12:15 p.m. The deputy says...
  • Report: Students who attend charter schools perform better

    Report: Students who attend charter schools perform better
    A new report on charter schools gives supporters of alternative education something to celebrate. According to the study by Stanford University, kids in charter schools perform significantly better than their peers attending traditional public schools....
  • 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...