The department says anyone who is contacted by a telephone scammer should collect as much information as possible and report it to the Indiana Attorney General’s Office ID Protection Line at 1-800-382-5516.
The largest convention held in Indianapolis every year, which generates a $49 million dollar economic impact for the city, is threatening to move if the governor signs the controversial religious freedom bill.
NewsChannel 15 got an inside look at just how dangerous the job can be and why the agency is asking you to slow down.
Indianapolis Fire Department Capt. Rita Reith says witnesses told investigators that a southbound van ran a red light and struck an eastbound bus with 20 people aboard.
The Indiana Senate voted 40-10 along party lines Tuesday to support the Republican-backed bill that would prohibit any state or local laws that “substantially burden” the religious beliefs of an individual, business or religious institution.
Tuesday’s ruling in a case involving Franklin Township schools in Indianapolis could have a sweeping impact on cash-strapped districts across the state.
The senators office released a statement on Tuesday stating that Dan Coats had decided to pass his “demanding job to the next generation of leaders.”
Indianapolis police, who were called to the home around 9:30 a.m., said all four victims appeared to have been shot in what appeared to be execution-style killings.
The so-called right-to-try laws already are in place in eight states, including Michigan, Missouri and Arizona. About two dozen other states are considering similar proposals this year.
Purdue University Senate Chairwoman Patricia Hart says faculty members have received less than a six percent raise over the past five years. She says that’s the second smallest amount compared to other Big Ten schools.
Despite the treacherous weather Monday, dozens of people rallied by the Eel River in Northwest Allen County where Huntertown officials want to dump their treated sewage from the wastewater treatment facility.
House members voted 63-31 Monday to support the bill.