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Ritz requests state funding for textbook rentals
Indiana is one of eight states that charges families for the cost of textbooks, but the state's top education official wants that to change.
Ivy Tech gets $2.5 million job training grant
Ivy Tech Community College will receive a $2.5 million federal grant for job training in information technology and cybersecurity.
IPS teacher nominated for Teacher of the Year
Indianapolis Public Schools teacher Tina Ahlgren is one of three candidates nominated for the esteemed title of Teacher of the Year.
Center Grove teacher up for Teacher of the Year
Three people were still in the running for the Indiana Department of Education's top title: Indiana's Teacher of the Year.
Crew films student-athlete doc at Ben Davis
TV cameras from overseas are spending a week in the classroom at Ben Davis High School.
IPS: 3K without shots not allowed in school
Nearly 10 percent of students missed the deadline to turn in vaccination records and could be barred from classrooms.
US-led airstrikes hit 4 Syrian provinces
Coalition forces reportedly hit Islamic State group facilities in Aleppo, Raqqa, Hassakeh and Deir el-Zour provinces.
Sarah Palin confused on location of White House
Although 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue may be the most famous address in the country, that doesn't mean everyone remembers it.
Big-money donors play in 2014 election cycle
A small group of big-money donors is playing hard in the 2014 elections, even if none of the contests carry quite the same marquee names as…
GOP uses terror threat against Dems in campaign
The recurring image in the latest Republican campaign ads is a lone militant walking across a barren land with the black banner of the…
Pence raising $ for state Senate GOP candidates
Gov. Mike Pence will help raise money for Republican candidates looking to build on their party's supermajority in the Indiana Senate.
Militarized police: Weapons program under review
The government is reviewing the Pentagon program that provides free military equipment to law enforcement agencies.
Ex-auditor employee faces charge
A former employee of the Tipton County Auditor's Office is facing a felony charge of official misconduct amid accusations she received…
Employees possibly exposed to PCBs sue Wal-Mart
Wal-Mart faces a new lawsuit after employees at an Indianapolis warehouse could have been exposed to possible cancer-causing chemicals.
Ex-BMV leader says he depended on legal review
The former head of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles was back in the hot seat to answer questions about possibly overcharging Hoosiers.
State revoking license for Children's Choice
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is taking action to revoke the license for Children's Choice, a child care center at…
Kendall rips opponents after no charges filed
Brownsburg Councilman Rob Kendall released a statement Monday, four days after Special Prosecutor Todd Meyer said he will not charge Kendall…
No criminal charges in dual office probe
Special prosecutor Todd Meyer said Thursday he will not charge Brownsburg Town Councilman Robert Kendall with misconduct or any criminal…