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WFYI is giving away a pair of tickets to see Sandi Patty in Concert on Friday, March 29th at 7:00pm at the Warren Performing Arts... [Read More]
Lawmakers made it harder for Hoosiers to change the gender on their driver's license. A House panel revived gun regulation changes. And Attorney General Curtis... [Read More]
Hoosier volunteers from the Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services will leave this weekend to assist victims of the historic flooding in parts of the Midwest. [Read More]
The bullets resulted in welts and blood, and teachers outside the room reported hearing screams. [Read More]
The Coalition For Homelessness Intervention and Prevention, known as CHIP, conducts what they call a Point-in-Time Count of the citys homeless population every year. [Read More]
The Indiana Charter School Board voted Tuesday not to renew the charter for the Indianapolis Academy of Excellence, a small school it oversees on the... [Read More]
KIPP Indy Public Schools will open a high school in north-eastside Martinwood Brightwood neighborhood this summer. [Read More]
Supporters of a bill expanding Indianas Stand Your Ground law insist it wont encourage vigilante justice. [Read More]
A House committee voted Wednesday to make it harder for Hoosiers to change the gender on their drivers license at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. [Read More]
The Marion County Public Health Department said Tuesday that Indianapolis' hospitals are seeing an "extremely high" number of people with the flu and respiratory complaints. [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission Tuesday filed a complaint against Attorney General Curtis Hill in response to the accusations he groped four women last... [Read More]
Hundreds of Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs, from around the state gathered at the Statehouse for their annual CASA advocacy day. [Read More]
For the ninth year Hamilton County ranks the best in terms of health factors and outcomes. Fayette and Crawford counties are at the bottom this... [Read More]
Lawmakers in the Senate gave final approval on a bill Tuesday to make Indianas next schools chief an appointed one. Now the bill heads to... [Read More]
The speed limit for the IUPUI campus was reduced this month following concerns about traffic safety. WFYIs Taylor Bennett spoke with IUPUI Deputy Chief of... [Read More]
IPS officials say the district wants to support KIPP Indy because it serves a low-income student population and has shown strong academic growth. [Read More]
A recent survey commissioned in part by Indianas logging industry and its allies cites what it says is a $10 billion impact on the states... [Read More]
Our March Small Studio Sessions performer is singer-songwriter Meghan Cristeen Martin. She just released her second album, an EP called Breaking Points. [Read More]
As the hemp industry grows, so is the selling of CBD oil non-psychoactive cannabis, with low tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC so it can't get people... [Read More]
Tags: Industry - CBD - Expo
A bill that could impose harsher penalties on protestors cleared its latest hurdle at the state House. Specifically, those who threaten so-called critical infrastructure ... [Read More]
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