Items seized in drug raid donated to high school
Police decided to donate multiple items seized during a drug raid to help educate students at a local high school.
Pence receives scathing letter criticizing ISTEP
This year's Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress has faced lots of controversy from parents, lawmakers and teachers over the…
Indy Council passes pre-K program proposal
The Indianapolis City-County Council voted to support a proposal that will provide more than $4 million to cover costs related to Mayor Greg…
Consultants offer tips to avoid testing uproar
Indiana needs to improve communication between its education leaders, hire more staff and establish committees to guide its student…
McAfee serves ISTEP breakfast to students
Colts punter Pat McAfee served breakfast at Zionsville West Middle School Monday, the first day of ISTEP.
Public weighs in on proposed A-F changes
Teachers and parents weighed in Friday morning on the proposed changes to the way Indiana's schools are evaluated.
Obamacare's strange new Supreme Court case
President Obama's healthcare law is facing its second Supreme Court challenge, and it hinges on a single sentence.
Lawmakers advance rules for e-cigarette liquids
Proposed regulations for the liquids used in electronic cigarettes are moving ahead in the Legislature without including the practice known…
Homeland Security funding saga reaches its end
A "clean" Department of Homeland Security funding bill, without immigration policy measures was passed by the House on Tuesday.
David Petraeus to plead guilty to federal charge
The former CIA director pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge after it was revealed he provided classified information to a mistress.
Precedents to Hillary Clinton's private emails
Hillary Clinton isn't the first public official to be questioned over the use of emails.
Is Donald Trump serious about 2016?
Donald Trump flirting with a presidential bid is nothing new. Will 2016 be different?
Products that will change your toilet experience
There are more ways than ever to enhance a person's time on the toilet.
Big trucks are back, thanks to low gas prices
John Matarese reports on a big shift in car buying habits for 2015
Going gluten-free could get you a tax break
If a doctor advises you to remove gluten from your diet, you could get a tax deduction on the amount you spend on gluten-free foods.
Quick guide to mobile payments in 2015
This year, mobile payments might finally catch on. Here are the things you need to know to stay on top of the latest developments.
Study: Effects of gas prices on used auto buying
When gas prices drop, auto buyers seem to flock to find used trucks, according to a new study.
Car crashes: What you should and shouldn't do
John Matarese has a breakdown of what to do, and what not to do, after a crash.