Govt. wants Plainfield terror arrest docs sealed
Federal authorities filed paperwork Friday asking a judge to seal information in a case involving a group accused of sending money to terror…
Twenty counties impacted by FEMA grant decision
Approximately 20 communities throughout Indiana will be impacted by FEMA's decision to withhold all hazard mitigation grants and assistance…
Dads breakfast group offers comfort after deaths
The death of a child is a wound that runs deep for parents.
FEMA cuts off state funding over Kokomo stadium
FEMA will withhold all hazard mitigation grants and assistance to the state of Indiana over the city of Kokomo's continued construction of a…
Docs: DCS had looked into malnourished girl
Newly released records obtained by the Call 6 Investigators show in 2011, the Indiana Department of Child Services investigated Steve and…
Is Donald Trump serious about 2016?
Donald Trump flirting with a presidential bid is nothing new. Will 2016 be different?
CPAC 2015: Paul wins straw poll, Bush struggles
For the third year in a row, Rand Paul won CPAC's straw poll, seen as a way to take the temperature of the GOP's conservative base.
Russian politician Boris Nemtsov killed
The Russian opposition leaders was reportedly gunned down near the Kremlin in Moscow just days ahead of his planned anti-war demonstration.
House fails to pass Homeland Security bill
A House bill to fund Homeland Security failed to pass, leaving Senate legislation the only option to keep the department running.
U.S.-Cuba talks, round two: embassy openings
Although there were no big announcements or changes, the second round of talks between the U.S. and Cuba focused on opening embassies.
Former Obama press secretary Carney joins Amazon
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is reportedly joining the Amazon team as a senior vice president.
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.
Ritz presents new 'State of the Classroom'
In a brand-new approach to addressing the state of education in Indiana, "The State of the Classroom" is ready for the watching.
Teachers, students prepare as ISTEP window opens
Thousands of students were scheduled to begin ISTEP on Wednesday, but in the wake of recent changes and weather delays, are schools really ready?