State Department releases some of Clinton emails
The State Department released the first batch of emails from the private account Hillary Rodham Clinton used when she was secretary of state.
House bill cuts more funding from earth sciences
Scientists worry the party-line legislation would critically endanger earth science and climate research.
Does Rand Paul's filibustering actually work?
Rand Paul is filibustering a vote to renew parts of Patriot Act, but it's not the first time he's used the filibuster as a way to generate publicity.
The perks of being a former president
On top of the lucrative book deals and high-paying speaking gigs, ex-presidents can rake in millions in lifetime federal benefits.
Will slow reveal of Clinton emails help or hurt?
Analysts are split on whether it would be better for Clinton to have all of her State Department emails come out at once or a few at a time.
Report shows increase in children drownings
As the summer swimming season begins this Memorial Day weekend, a report from the Indiana Department of Child Services reveals a disturbing…
New IACC chief wants to find agency's brand
Indianapolis Animal Care and Control’s new chief Sgt. Randy Dodd said his goal is to identify the brand of the agency, Call 6…
Local charities concerned about scam backlash
Local cancer support organizations are raising concerns about a group of charities accused of scamming donors out of $187 million.
Crumbling road gets facelift after Call 6 report
A crumbling east-side road has received a $2.1 million facelift after the Call 6 Investigators raised questions about the street’s condition.
Is your car impacted by air bag recall?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is encouraging people to visit Safercar.gov to see if their vehicle is impacted by the…