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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.
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Steward Speakers Series
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Wayne Twp. latest to consider May referendum
Another central Indiana school district is looking to taxpayers for help.
Program aims to cut down on teen suspensions
When Rebecca Humphrey, executive director of Cary Home for Children, was presented with data regarding student suspensions in Tippecanoe…
IPS magnet school application deadline Friday
We're close to the deadline for Indianapolis parents to submit applications for their students to local magnet schools.
Does new Ind. bill permit teaching creationism?
Two Republican state senators have introduced a bill that a critic says would allow the teaching of creationism in Indiana's public schools.
Educators push for counselors in every school
Indiana lawmakers will get their first chance to review a proposal to require a counselor in every public elementary school.
Frankfort seeks $30M referendum to update school
Community Schools of Frankfort plan to ask taxpayers to approve a $30 million referendum on the May ballot, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney…
NTSB makes recommendations for missing planes
In light of high-profile plane disappearances in the past year, the NTSB has called for changes to make finding missing aircraft easier.
Coats named chair of US Senate subcommittee
Republican Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana has been named chairman of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Energy, Natural Resources and…
GOP women stop abortion bill
In one of the House GOP's first chances to challenge President Obama, an anti-abortion bill never even made it out of the chamber.
Senate agrees climate change is happening
The Senate voted to confirm climate change is real, but some still weren't on board with the idea that humans are causing it.
Cuba, US talks already hit immigration snag
The historic talks between the U.S. and Cuba are underway, but the two countries are at an impasse over immigration.
Clinton sidesteps Keystone XL question
At an event in Canada, Clinton declined to give her opinion on the pipeline but offered alternatives for clean energy and job growth.