Only 5% of pothole claims approved since 2014
The City of Indianapolis has paid out 5% of pothole tort claims filed by drivers since January 1, 2014, records show.
State: Kokomo baseball stadium now in compliance
One day before opening night at the Kokomo Municipal baseball stadium, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security announced the stadium is…
Lawsuit settled over Fortville reconnection fees
A federal lawsuit involving unlawful reconnection fees for Fortville water customers has been settled, according to attorneys who filed the suit.
Homeowner: IPL left tree debris in my yard
A northeast-side homeowner is raising concerns about tree-cutting debris and branches left in his yard by Indianapolis Power & Light Company.
Homeowners irked at influx in door-to-door scams
An influx of door to door solicitations and scams is irking homeowners who say they’re tired of strangers peddling products in their…
Indictment doesn't show Hastert's 'misconduct'
A $3.5 million mystery payout over alleged "misconduct" is at the center of federal charges against former House Speaker Dennis Hastert.
Author objects as gay marriage study retracted
Michael LaCour's study found a 20-minute conversation can change people's minds about same-sex marriage, but critics accuse him of faking his data.
Jeb Bush's non-campaign seems like a campaign
Jeb Bush is clearly laying the groundwork for his future campaign. Why won't he admit it?
Will Nebraska's death penalty ban start a trend?
Nebraska's decision to abolish the death penalty raised eyebrows, but could it set a precedent for other firmly Republican states?
George Pataki announces presidential bid
Former New York Gov. George Pataki says he will seek the Republican nomination for president.