Three of IPS’ high schools could close for the Fall 2018 school year due to low enrollment within the district.
The Indiana Department of Revenue is responding to accusations they’re delaying tax refunds to Hoosiers.
A local program that provides mentoring to at-risk adults is facing budget cuts under President Donald Trump’s budget proposal.
As turkey hunting season approaches, the Better Business Bureau is issuing an alert about a taxidermist accused of taking customers’…
Two managers of three Indianapolis used car dealerships were criminally charged Wednesday, six months after those businesses were raided by…
Former Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has landed a job with an environmental remediation company.
When Congress returns to D.C., Republicans will have a handful of fights they'd like to count as a "win" as the president's 100th day approaches.
The leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party says he wants to make a burqa and Sharia law ban part of his party's platform.
Media reports claim North Korean authorities have arrested and detained a U.S. citizen ��������� the third American currently held prisoner by…
Despite claims that the March for Science was nonpartisan, there was a lot of anger directed at President Trump.
Workers at Carrier describe what it was like the day they found out their jobs were Moving to Mexico.
Monterrey, Mexico: A city of 1 million people that's about to get 1,400 new jobs taken from an Indianapolis Carrier plant. This is a look…
Carrier's decision to move 1,400 Indy jobs to Monterrey, Mexico does more than just change the livelihoods of those who were loyal to the…
Who let Carrier take 1,400 Indianapolis jobs to Mexico? How did it happen? Would we have been able to do anything about it if we knew?
Years of service took only days to be undone as the latest manufacturing company in Indianapolis decides to move Hoosier jobs to Monterrey, Mexico.