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Pupils arrived at a Southside middle school under increased security this morning in response to an anonymous threat...The latest threat -- written on a bathroom wall -- brought bomb-sniffing dogs to Southport 6th Grade Academy. Nothing was
Police in Hendricks County want help locating a woman who suffers from a brain illness and has been missing for five days...Walters' husband, Gary, told police his wife made comments that suggested she might harm herself after receiving a dire
Police say one person was killed and four others were injured in a crash involving seven vehicles on Interstate 70 in Indianapolis. Monday morning on the city's west side and caused slowdowns for hours on the busy interstate and I-465. Indiana State
Fishers Fire Department divers jumped into Geist Reservoir this morning to pull a man from van as water lapped against the windows...Police were investigating how the van got into the reservoir.
A monthlong billboard campaign set to begin in Indianapolis on Monday will tell motorists they "don't need God" to live fulfilling lives. A secular humanist group, the Center for Inquiry, has bought space on four billboards targeting the Interstate
Indiana University is drafting plans to offer thousands of university employees a voluntary retirement buyout. TV in Indianapolis that IU hopes to offer the proposal to eligible faculty and staff within the next month. The package will include part
Jobless Hoosiers who chose to use illegal drugs while drawing unemployment may be doing so on borrowed time. A bill moving in the Senate would ask Indiana residents applying for unemployment to declare on their application that they will refrain from
Software Magazine named Interactive Intelligence among the world's 500 largest software and service providers. The by Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana Inc. named Motorists Insurance Group as the 2010 Company of the Year and RMD/Patti Insurance
May as its vice president and general manager, announced Conners' hiring...Williams remains with the station as assistant news director.
A mix-up over enrollment has landed a 6-year-old Indianapolis boy in child welfare workers' custody. Indianapolis Public Schools says the boy was incorrectly turned over to Child Protective Services after he rode a bus to the wrong school and