Can schools really charge for bus rides?
The Indiana Supreme Court will seek to answer the question: Can a school district charge parents extra if their child rides a school bus?
Decatur Township schools to shift start times
One area school district has joined a growing number of school districts nationwide and will shift their start times to later in the morning.
Schools chief expects district takeover push
Indiana's state schools superintendent says she expects a push in next year's legislative session to allow state takeovers of what are…
Dine at student-run restaurants to support teens
Student-run restaurants allow high-schoolers to explore the culinary industry by creating a menu, cooking and serving customers -- and they…
IPS school board passes redesign proposal
The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners has approved a redesign proposal that will merge two district high schools.
Panel examines schools taken over by Indiana
An Indiana committee that's tracking student progress at several struggling public schools taken over by the state is close to wrapping up…
President Obama supports Clinton
During President Obama's interview on ABC's "This Week," he said Hillary Clinton would be "a great president" if she decided to run in 2016.
Pence's social conservatism pops up mid-term
Gov. Mike Pence's social conservatism has begun showing up midway through his four-year term following efforts to downplay it the past few years.
New Jersey considering "yes means yes" policy
New Jersey may join California in creating a "yes means yes" policy at state-funded universities that requires verbal consent between sexual partners
Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry dies
Former Washington, D.C., Mayor and City Council member Marion Barry died unexpectedly at the age of 78 on Sunday morning.
Should Ind. file lawsuit against immigration?
Indiana leaders could take possible legal action against President Obama's administration following his announcement on immigration action.
Lavrov says the West wants 'regime change'
Russia's foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, accused the West of targeting Russian economic and social stability with its Ukraine sanctions.
Stores fined for not opening on Thanksgiving?
John Matarese looks into the hottest rumor on social media right now.
Shortcuts to get a human operator
Want to speak to a human for customer service? Here are the best ways to reach a live human operator.
Legitimate work-from-home jobs that really pay
A growing number of legitimate companies are looking for home-based workers.
Black Friday deals that are really duds
John Matarese reports on some sales that are nothing special.
What NOT to buy on Black Friday
John Matarese shows some items that are cheaper later on.
Consumer Reports: Do not buy these tires
Consumer Reports put a set of tires through its standard tests to find out how bad they truly were.