Circle of Lights Talent Search Auditions
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Our Streets, Our Stories | Taking back the city
In response to the possibly record-setting violence this year, those who love the Circle City are stepping up to effect change.
See our stories on people who are doing good in the community.
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.
Program preps kids with disabilities for success
A program in the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township is making a difference for students with developmental disabilities.
Ball State educators target autism in college
Ball State educators are hoping to begin helping college students with autism.
School to get 1st-of-its-kind security system
This week an Indiana school will make history as the first in the nation to have a direct link to law enforcement as part of a real-time…
Danville Board OKs $205K payout to former supt.
The Danville Community School Corporation School Board voted unanimously Monday night to issue a $205,000 payout to its former…
IPS tells schools to stop rewarding kids w/food
Indianapolis teachers were adjusting to new wellness guidelines that affect the way students can be rewarded in the classroom.
Conservatives honor Delph in gay-marriage fight
A state senator at the center of this year's legislative gay marriage battle is being honored by the conservative Indiana Family Institute.
GOP leader resigns after sterilization comment
Radio host and recalled Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce resigned after his comments were criticized by both parties.
Congress scrutinizes Obama's ISIS strategy
President Barack Obama's strategy to combat ISIS is being scrutinized in Congress.
Missouri enacts 72-hour abortion wait
There is no exception for cases of rape or incest in the new bill.
Pence downplays 1st Iowa visit as Ind. governor
Gov. Mike Pence is urging people not to read too much into his first trip to Iowa as governor.
3rd party candidates could tip key Senate races
Third-party candidates rarely win Senate races, but they could play significant roles in several key races this year.